Friday, May 27, 2011


Beneath the dark of night
     they trudge slowly
     creatures hungry for brains

More damned than evil

Like a mob from the movies
     we mindlessly destroy with fire
     filling our need to kill anything wretched

If only zombies could scream

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Guest poet

Brains everywhere on streets
More undead creature madness follows
wretched human wandering the night
a shot plagues the grave horror

[this poem was created by Jessica Tracey]

Tuesday, May 24, 2011


It rises from the grave
Rotten flesh sagging
A shadow of the living
A shot screams out
I whisper no more.

[This interpretation of this poem has brought several viewpoints.  I would be interested to know what you think about this, especially who is the person speaking (who no longer whispers).]


Flesh eating zombies
Soulless beneath only flesh
Could I outrun it?

[this Haiku was a collaboration with Jaiden.  The title means "living dead" or "reanimated dead" in Japanese]

Disembodied wonder

Why would my corpse
Soulless & dead
Plague the streets
A wretched

We all die alone

We come again
Creatures of need
Wretched together
Always alive
Wandering through the undead planet

[when I was composing this poem, I wanted to write "Always alone", but due to the limitations of the magnetic poetry set, this is how it came out]


Between mindless flesh eating zombies
There is madness everywhere
Apocalypse to follow

The first poem


Mindless human corpse
Wandering the night
Alive no more
  Undead creature
     That feasts on flesh & brains