A Dram of Bram…

I had a request to read a little Bram Stoker, so to indulge a couple of my fellow Undead Poets, here is an excerpt from Dracula:

Listen to an excerpt from Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Rhyme on! (thus spake the Undead)

About Tim Keeton

Flashfiction published by Seedpod Pub. Poetry appears in Read Write Poem 2010 Anthology. Founder & creator of the Undead Poets Society
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19 Responses to A Dram of Bram…

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  2. Goodness me.
    “Nearer, nearer…”
    [Big smile]

    Goofy gameshow intro doesn’t match the hotness factor, though, Tim. Survey says “wah-wahhh.”

  3. Blush.
    Cold shower.
    Puts bills in jar.
    Winks at Tim.
    Dodges smack from Mrs. Tim.

    (Awesome, awesome reading. Loved it. I want more.)

    • Somebody got to turn the fan on up in herrr. But good god, man, keep reading! You call it a “Dram of Bram.” Who’d be satisfied with a dram?
      And save me my cut of that busy jar, Tim. You’d be nothin’ without me. Nothin’, I tell ya!

    • Ha. Scared mouse arriving home while the cats play (I think…?)
      Wow, impressive callback if so!

      • Jodi MacArthur says:

        The top looks like two snails kissing. The lower look like fangs. Together they look like a vampire frog. I think Tim is dabbling in witchcraft and has turned himself into a Dracula Toad!

        Dracula toads could take down lady tigers because of their unexpectedness.

        Of course, this is all speculation….

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