Another round of Horror Haikuesday has dawned, so let’s jump right in with this poem from our featured poet of the month, Nano Horror
Shadows in the sun:
Elongated limbs grasping–
Forms darker than night
~Nano Horror (@)
And here’s how it was made:
I don’t know about you, but I adore the Horror movie inspired pieces that Haiku of Horror comes out with every week.
Feed until you burst with blood
Hunger unto death
— Haiku of Horror (@haikuofhorror) May 17, 2016
This infection from Anthony’s brain is one I’d like to avoid…
Eyes (#Haiku, anagrammed lines)
It scrapes you, while reined.
Rich, wide alien eyes sprout
where its nails pierced you. #Horrorhaikuesday
— Anthony Etherin (@Anthony_Etherin) May 17, 2016
I loved the movie used as inspiration, it was so funny!
— Pochassic (@Pochassic) May 17, 2016
So many weird images went through my head when I read this poem, but here’s the one I went with:
grinding bone, tearing the flesh
while their meals yet scream #HorrorHaikuesday
— A. F. Stewart (@scribe77) May 17, 2016