Thursday, June 21, 2012

Supernatural Friday: Monsters Don't Exist

Enjoy this original poem of mine. It is copyrighted by me, so just share the link with friends, not the poem. Thank you.

Monsters Don’t Exist


Pamela K. Kinney

Mother said that monsters didn’t exist
That they came from fast food or scary movies.
She lied!
And kept lying when the monster came that night
He instructed Daddy to change and attack,
To rip her throat out and tear out her heart.
Her eyes pleading as she screamed,
“Run! Don’t let the monsters catch you!”
But I didn’t run,
Why would I?
Then the monster held out its clawed paw to me,
And I took it, asking, “Can we play?”
He called me his dear child, the promised one,
“I’ll teach you all I know, how to do what I do,”
He said, “Just as the one before me taught me.”
And so among the fires and slaughter we went,
I skipped beside him, only stopping
To play catch with bodiless heads.
When we left that place near to morning
What remained of the township right behind us
Inhuman sheep leaving for desolate pastures.


Janice Seagraves said...

Interesting. *shiver*


Pamela K. Kinney said...

Thanks, Janet.

Kathy said...

Sacry Pam very scary.

Kathy said...

Okay where did my comment go grrr. That was scary but cool Pam.

Pamela K. Kinney said...

Got them both, Kathy. LOL