Hallowe’en Poetry: “The Living Dead” (from August 2008)

The Living Dead

Hide in your shed

At night they creep beside your bed

They feed on you while you’re abed

They won’t relent until they’ve fed

Or find another source [of Blood] instead.

Beware of them or you’ll fall dead

[And] At night come out and cause you dread.

The Living Dead will tap a vein

And then they’ll ear into your brain.

Venture too close to their hive

And you’ll be lucky you’re alive.

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