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Undead
by Ch'erie de Perrot
Friday, October 29, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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It takes 1 year in Australia after a seperation, to obtain a divorce, wot timing!



Undead

 

She sleeps sliently

amid the rustling leaves

of a cabbage giggy

content in the knowledge

of her surrounds

position, with her joey's

within, and upon her back!

 

All Vigils for now on hold,

while sleep for this weary

creature of the night,

nocturnal in her ways

through habit shelters the growing

marsupials.

 

Unaware of the Hunter

his wily schemes

to furnish his coffers

with her hide

for the love of money

a few bucks more

is of no consequence!

 

A poke, a prod,

she rears her head

sleepy eyed,

without a hope

and buys one right between

the eyes!

Dead?

 

No, no such dignity

she lives on

to watch in horror

as her carcass falls

to the ground

snatched up by waiting

dogs.

 

The pain is yet to begin,

as she see's her furless Joeys,

 ripped from her pouch

go under the boot

 ofa larger creature

turned into blood n gel

in a heatbeat!

 

Mash, upon the ground

gobbled up by dogs

 

bloodthirsty,

 

only concerned with pleasing

 

 

the master..

Hell is beginning!

 

Thrust into a hesian sack

carted from that place

of execution,

yet she lives,

to a fence post

wherein her body

is ripped inside out!

 

Tacked out on a board

from a tree already

dead, her body removed

and taken to an awaiting

meathook, to rot

be boiled,

for consumption...

She see's all this,

though she should be dead

she remains undead

watching as if from afar

her boiling corpse

her hide drying in the sun

 

Blood and sinew

 

meat and grisel

every part used to satisfy

 

the needs of others

all that remains

is for her to finally

succumb!

 

The lights remain on

the pain the stench ceases not

till nature runs it's course..

In time, in time,

her hide will reunite with her skin

complete..

 

For now the flaying

has it's grip on her,mind body and soul

 

Ch'erie de Perrot

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30/10/60

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Reviewed by Te Urutahi Waikerepuru (Reader) 11/16/2010
Kia ora Ch'erie, what magic you weave in the words that you write - I love the Undead - its beautiful. Ch'erie, I also love your poem about Pukehaupapa - Mt Taranaki. My friend who knows the work I do with Pukehaupa storytelling found your poem while cuising the net and forwarded me a copy to read. I am organising a wananga at Parihaka on 10-12 December 2010. If you live close to Taranaki would you like to come to the wananga as my guest and share your thoughts about Pukehaupapa. A wananga is a Maori word to describe learning and/or a learning environment or similar. Nga mihinui ki a koe Ch'erie i to ngakau ngawari, i to ngakau rangimarie. Arohanui Te Urutahi Waikerepuru my website address is www.tuiglobal.co.nz
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 11/1/2010
What a description you have expressed in these lines that would make one want to think twice.
Reviewed by jude forese 10/31/2010
emotionally riveting!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 10/30/2010
Takes 18 months of being separated in NJ unless both parties agree to doing everything right away, as Rene & her ex got "undone" in about 2 weeks or like that as he got remarried 2 weeks after that...e
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 10/30/2010
very powerful-well written-shame on man and his insensitive and cruel ways
Reviewed by Paul Berube 10/30/2010
WOW - Quite the write, Ch'erie. Well done my friend.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/30/2010
If this is a methaphor for a woman divorced...it is very frightening for sure....intense.
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