Author Archives: Geoff Munsterman

About Geoff Munsterman

A boy shakes his tin of pennies the bait shop turns to crickets. Their loud song drowns.

Flash Poem

Here’s my flash challenge submission. I just finished it and there are probably typos that you will all catch and laugh at. Also, I’m not so hot on the vampire trope. Been done here in New Orleans famously. I think … Continue reading

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Madame Delphine LaLaurie – (for Writer’s Digest – Poetic Asides “Monster Prompt” 088)

Posted on Writer’s Digest’s Poetic Asides by Robert Lee Brewer Robert said, “For this week’s prompt, pick a monster, make that the title of your poem, and then write the poem. Possible titles: “Frankenstein’s Monster,” “Dracula,” “Grover,” “Hitler,” etc. Or … Continue reading

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Zombie poem y’all, ain’t got no title yrdd…

The dead field gagging on its seeds. Honeysuckles twined around trespassing auto parts bloom despite the heat and rust. Hornets stagger irritable to nests knotted thick with humidity. Each cypress a tongue cancerous with silver moss, cicada husks. A cardinal … Continue reading

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Bad Dreams (A Poem about The Springwood Slasher)

“O God, I could be bounded in a nutshell, and count myself a king of infinite space— were it not that I have bad dreams.” —Hamlet Two years we watched our neighborhood collapse— playgrounds barren, all the swing sets taken … Continue reading

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