Full Moon Flash Haiku (Geoff)

Some who live in fear
will taste that moon in their blood
when teeth come like tide.

As joints dislocate
bones snap thicken align
a reborn creature

no laughter no tears
and no grief all humanity
replaced by hunger

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About Geoff Munsterman

A boy shakes his tin of pennies the bait shop turns to crickets. Their loud song drowns.
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2 Responses to Full Moon Flash Haiku (Geoff)

  1. “When teeth come like tide” might be my favorite line of the whole thing.
    Thanks for playing, Geoff!

  2. Jodi MacArthur says:

    The intensity is black and hungry in this piece. Are you hungry? 😉 Very nice, Geoff.

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