Naked Zombies October 27, 2012Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Poetry, Synchronicity & Mystery, Word Play.
Tags: Felicia Felix-Mentor, Haiti, Humor, Trifecta Challenge, Word Play, Zombie
Naked zombie roams
Haiti, shivering with cold
Dusty feet shuffle
Moving to and fro, water
in blood beckoning
Groans escape parched lips
Twenty years under still ground
You’d be thirsty too
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In 1937, a naked woman was found limping through the streets of Haiti, unable to identify herself.
The woman was later identified in hospital as Felicia Felix-Mentor ~ a woman who had been dead for nearly twenty years.
A real live . . . dead zombie!
Care to play along? Visit Trifecta Weekend Challenge for the Spook Scoop.
Aah . . . that’s better!
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