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    ZPA by Mike Berger
    March 27, 2012  Humorous,Poetry   Tags:   

    The outrage was immediate and intense.
    There were riots in the streets.
    Lower courts had ruled that zombies
    had no civil rights. They had rights when
    they were alive, but those rights were lost
    when they died. (more…)

    THE LIES PARENTS TELL by Suzanne Reynolds-Alpert
    November 2, 2011  Poetry   Tags:   

    She’d always said, “monsters aren’t real”
    to comfort me when I called in the night.
    She’d say,

    “Ghosts don’t exist” and she’d
    tweak my nose and chuckle and
    call me Casper. (more…)

    A BEAUTIFUL DAY FOR A WALK by Angela Bellegrave
    October 31, 2011  Poetry   Tags:   

    We saw them walking
    hand in hand- the one, slightly
    in front of the other.

    We watched them walking,
    just outside our garden gate,
    past the old Winthrop house,
    where Pine and Filbert

    intersect. We felt
    the crimson tracer tag
    our retina’s. Mark
    us Barska red for –

    Stop, Miss Alba …please… (more…)

    YOU ARE HORROR AND LIGHT by John Philip Johnson
    October 29, 2011  Poetry   Tags:   

    Before you wanted to kill us all the time

    things were better, back when we were like siblings,

    you, the normal older brother, with a soft spot

    for us, your retarded kin. Except even then

    you couldn’t hide your distaste for us. (more…)

    AFTER THE STORM by Rhonda Parrish
    October 20, 2010  Poetry   Tags:   

    The snow glistened white, pure and sweet

    the wind had blown, thawing the top layer

    that it might freeze again, a thin crust

    like sugar on creme brulee. (more…)

    THE UNTITLED THING I NAMED by -B.
      Poetry   Tags:   

    Hey there Mister, are you alright?

    I heard you screamin’ in your sleep last night.

    ‘Round three past thirty after three.

    What was it you said in last night’s keep?

    “I’m going to the slaughter along with the sheep,

    a wolf wrapped in wool has just as much meat.”

    LITTLE SURFLE GRRRRRL by Helen R. Peterson
    August 10, 2010  Poetry   Tags:   

    She rises early to scrub her flesh in brimstone

    and ashes, waxes her board to surf the waves

    of undead coming through the gate, their shoulders

    bent at just the right angles. Her skin glows sulfur, (more…)

    QUARTERS by William D. Tripp
    May 20, 2010  Poetry   Tags:   

    We move together in mass
    Like preteen girls at a concert

    held at the mall, the day before
    the outbreak Now that music

    with no elevator, is drowned out
    by the masses, whose feet (more…)

    THE END by Eileen Neary
    March 22, 2010  Poetry   Tags:   

    Broken urban desert, stale, parched
    Dusted and frosted with collapsing automobiles
    Skeletal juices crunch and ooze underfoot
    All is dead (more…)

    ZOMBIE HAIKU by Joshua Gage
    December 9, 2009  Poetry   Tags:   

    calliope whine
    the clown’s greasepaint
    smeared with blood
    (more…)

    QUARANTINE by J. Michael
    July 8, 2008  Poetry   Tags: ,   

    She knows the taste of nails,
    a clutch of them in her mouth
    like a dressmaker’s pins.
    The flavor of iron is comforting,
    something she can wield. (more…)

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