Night of the Zombies (A Poem)

@zebra2222 (5080)
United States
March 26, 2016 8:46pm CST
Twas the Night of the Zombies Fear spread throughout the land The Zombies were on the move Seeking victims to join their band The Zombies were hungry The Zombies wanted to eat A taste of neck and legs Sounded awfully sweet The Zombies crashed through doors They broke into cars and dingy bars They attacked a man walking his dog And a wanderer playing his guitar The Zombies feasted on the elderly They feasted on the weak They grew in number every day Not nearly reaching their peak It's best to avoid Liver Town It's the place where Zombies roam Don't stop and stare for a moment The Zombies love it when you're alone Stay clear, particularly at night The Zombies are out in force If you should stray away from your car You might end up being their main course
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@TRBRocks420 (71263)
• Banks, Oregon
27 Mar 16
Another awesome poem well done
@zebra2222 (5080)
• United States
27 Mar 16
Thanks for the compliment. I really buried this one.
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