Monday, April 08, 2013

Three monstrous limericks

(Besides participating in the 2013 Blogging A to Z April Challenge (see post below), I'm also participating in National Poetry Writing Month. In NaPoWriMo, I'm supposed to write a poem a day for the whole month. Here are the poems for the eighth day. They're short so I thought I should do three.)

The Thing Without A Brain

My brain and I once lived in Rome
but it wandered far from home
     It left an empty space
     a hollow behind my face
And now all I can do is moan

Vampire

I bit old Aunt Elizabeth first
I thought she'd sate my thirst
     But she didn’t fill me up
     so my cousins I supped
And now they too are cursed

Zombies

They wake from death craving brains
Brains and brains their only refrain
     They fumble and bumble
     They'll kill if you stumble
But the zombies would eat you in vain

(Copyright 2013 by Stephen B. Bagley. All rights reserved. No copying without prior permission. Thank you for reading.)

2 comments:

John Wiswell said...

Ha! Had a good little chuckle at the evil vampire rhymes. Yummy relatives!

from John at The Bathroom Monologues

Stephen B. Bagley said...

Glad you liked them! :)