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A victim of my own carnivorous cantankerous lunar escapades
by Ed Matlack
Thursday, February 24, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Full moon fever I guess...

A victim of my own carnivorous cantankerous lunar escapades…


Out I am for a meal,

A life I am about to steal,

I hate it when people wear teal,

Your death by me has been sealed…


Full moon does bring on my desires,

I also abhor those that deliver fliers,

Just so much paper making a trail,

Better to read it in brail,

In your forehead a ten-penny nail…


Plaid the color of the moors,

I was spawned there with a six-pack of Coors,

I only did take a left-handed detour,

From there I was transformed, next time I follow the brochures…


The moon so bright,

It does clearly me light,

It does show to the world my blight,

Please lord, take this vision from my sight,

Maybe I should try, off a cliff, to take flight…

          © ed ~ 2/20/05

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Reviewed by Danielle Mundy 2/24/2005
um..teal?? I'm not wearing's blue-green LOL very inventive Ed..enjoyed
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 2/24/2005
I liked the part about being "spawned" with a 6-pack of Coors... on the moors... clever! (for a second, there, I was kinda freaked out) Jaysus! katy xox
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/24/2005
If you kill me make sure you kill me good...or i might come back to haunt you good!!

Specially when you take a walk on the beach!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 2/24/2005
A very interesting poem about an old monster that comes to light by the full of the moon.
Reviewed by john zimmerman 2/24/2005
good write, ed

Reviewed by Nordette Adams 2/24/2005
You know, I thought you were um a bit on the beastly side. ;-)

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