Sarah Potter Writes

Pursued by the Muses of prose and poetry

Where Zombies Come From

mole in yard of death

nose boring in the dark

blind slayer of worms

in tombstone park

*

skull-crusher the spook

dull underside of God

hear mole’s heart beneath

mounds of dank sod

*

moonlit owls sweep-swoop

over living crosses

steeped in rich blood soaking

into sponge moss

(c)  sarahcpotter, 2011

I couldn’t resist joining the Buddha Rocks project, even if my contribution is a little belated. Visit buddharocks.deviantart for a bounteous source of photographic inspiration by Mr Eric Alder. Also check out davefarmersblog for some of his entertaining interpretations of the photos, and, of course,  fillingahole – the originator of the project.

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2 thoughts on “Where Zombies Come From

  1. Everyone really loves his graveyard shots!
    I love what inspires people.
    Thanks for posting!

    Like

  2. Haunting! Although it’s a bit late for Halloween, it’s never too late to join in the BuddhaRocks Project. I’ll be checking back, Sarah!

    Like

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