Tuesday, December 27, 2011

I Think I Need a New Heart

I think I need a new heart
This old one is acting oddly
It's as if there's been a jumpstart
To the once cold and ungodly

Once had a zombie brain,
But now these thoughts are racing
No longer devouring flesh,
Now it's sweetness that I'm tasting

Dead hearts can't be broken
Zombie brains can't invoke tears
If the word love is never spoken
Comforting death can last for years

Have I consumed enough hearts
To bring mine back to life?
Does ripping souls apart
Really bring upon "afterlife"?

Transformation so weird
How I feel I'm not too sure
It's mortal life that I've feared
While familiar death I can endure 

Melt me with your tall tales,
Dissect my corpse with your wit
Love would spill into my entrails
If this once-dead heart were to split

Can a dead heart begin beating?
Can half a person become whole?
Once frightening and flesh-eating, 
Now a living, breathing soul?

I think I need a new heart
This one is just too strange
On second thought, sweetheart,
Just stab it with your fangs

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Babbling bachelors brutally beaten by beasts
Capillaries curdling with crimson coagulation
Deceitful deities devouring defenseless dogs
Filthy, feculent fauns fornicating in feces
Gluttonous, ghoulish girls gorging on guts
Hallucinations of hemorrhaging hemophiliacs
Jet-black jelly jiggling from jackknifed jackals
Kicking kids killed in kerosene kilns
Lustful leaches lurking on lesioned limbs
Murderous monsters menacing 'mongst marshes
Nightmares of nasty, naked necrophiliacs
Putrid pus pouring from placental pests
Quarantined quarterbacks quivering queasily
Roasted rats rotting on raunchy rooftops
Saber saws severing spines and sternums
Tackling and tasting tantalizing teenagers
Vehemently vomiting vile, venomous vermin
Werewolves waging warfare in whorehouses
Xystering xyphoids of xenogeneic xenophiles
Yucky, is  yellow, yolk-like yeast infections
Zealous zombies zigzagging the zoo after zebras

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Resistant Hearts

Deny this heart the opportunity to see
A future without what has come to be
Wandering thoughts and wandering souls
Yet fire ignited amongst smoldering coals
Extinguished repeatedly by time and events
Subsequently rekindled, true love circumvents

Sweeping winds will not, shall not erode
Uncharted rapture that has been bestowed
Leviathan floods, they will not prevail
For love's great ship has already set sail
Let earthquakes make an attempt to destroy
The earth already moves with unprecedented joy

There is no woman who has what it takes
To thieve what is mine, what is my fate
No man is alive who can come in between
The affinity is professed, perfection too clean
No, these worldly things shall never fall enemy
For the true threat, my dear, is just you and me

Two self destructive souls caught in this cirque
Wildly fighting our default, a past we must shirk

Monday, December 12, 2011

Advice to Those Buying for Children this Christmas

Many people who buy presents for children fail to realize how important the gifts can be to the child's development. Often people who are buying for children who aren't their own tend to buy gifts they know the child will be excited about. When buying children's gifts this year, and every subsequent year, consider the following before making a decision, whether you're a parent, grandparent, aunt/uncle, or friend.