Sunday, September 5, 2010

Zombie Haiku - Sunday Afternoon Brain Candy

The below review was taken from Ain't It Cool News.

Zombie this, zombie that. Everything and anything has had a zombie version of it as of late. But none fit together better than zombies and poetry. Haiku poetry that is. Known as a meditative form of linking words to find meaning and peace in a 5-7-5 word per line structure, the art of Haiku has been cannibalized by Ryan Mecum in his original graphic novel ZOMBIE HAIKU and the result is simply one of the best zombie reads of the year.

Biting into heads
is much harder than it looks.
the skull is feisty.

A man starts yelling
"When there's no more room in hell..."
but then we eat him.

Sunday Afternoon Haiku. Haiku Rules Here or if you are like me, and Zombies, there are no rules, and you can digest, and regurgitate the essences of the Haiku HERE.

Cannibalize some poetry for yourself. Haiku me - Haiku you too ;)

Now and Zen sitting still
think on this brains and eggs not
just for breakfast anymore.


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