Full Moon Fibonacci (Flash Poem)

The moon is full, arise undead – be filled to your core,
With blood and gore and viscera,
Yummy brains, galore,
Eat them up,
Devour,
Gnaw,
Chew,
Gnaw,
Devour,
Eat them up,
Yummy brains galore,
With blood and gore and viscera,
The moon is full, arise undead – be filled to your core.

The moon looks to be full here (or nearly). Howl my undead lovelies! Howl! Crow! Be free!

Rhyme on!
(Thus spake the Undead.)

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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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21 Responses to Full Moon Fibonacci (Flash Poem)

  1. I really like this one, Tim! It’s that full moon. So inspiring to the Undead.

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  3. Look at that perfect curve in the middle! With commas like tassels. Feast of beauty in shape and vision.
    Aarrooooooo!

    • Tim Keeton says:

      Based on the shape, I wonder if this is the yin to my previous Full Moon Fibonacci’s yang?

      Wake
      My
      Undead
      Companions
      Wonder at the moon
      Rejuvenate your batteries
      Find your inner peace
      Breathe deeply
      Inhale
      Now
      Howl

      • Let’s see:

        Wake / The moon is full, arise undead – be filled to your core,
        My / With blood and gore and viscera,
        Undead / Yummy brains, galore,
        Companions / Eat them up,
        Wonder at the moon / Devour,
        Rejuvenate your batteries / Gnaw,
        Find your inner peace / Devour,
        Breathe deeply / Eat them up,
        Inhale / Yummy brains, galore,
        Now / With blood and gore and viscera,
        Howl / The moon is full, arise undead – be filled to your core

        I’d say that works pretty well!

      • Tim Keeton says:

        Yes, and I am sure you also noticed the shapes – how they could join

      • Yin and yang. Vampirism. Jekyll & Hyde. “Rock & Roll.” “Jazz.” Hell, sword-wielding in Shakespeare.

        What do these things have in common? 😉

      • Tim Keeton says:

        Me? The Undead? Who?! Dammit, lady, tell me! Puhleasssse!

      • It’s all sex.
        Boom goes the dynamite.

  4. deadpoet88 says:

    Yummy brains indeed! This is just beautiful! Loved it!

  5. Jodi MacArthur says:

    Rawr.

  6. Kavita says:

    Wow.. loved the style! Howled away alright! The full moon shone even thru’ the clouds, beckoning an attack.. on the weak…
    And an attack it was… on the weak! 😉
    Veeeery undead of you! Chill…..

  7. Cassiopeia Rises says:

    Oh Tim how lovely. Blood and gore and viscera,plus yummy brains. I love things that walk the night and howl at the moon. Truly a tide of life or death. Wonderful.

    Melanie

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