Sunday, December 20, 2015

Have a Merry Star Wars Christmas!

The following is a reworking of my poem The Twelve Days of Geekness (itself a humorous reworking of The Twelve Days of Christmas). Enjoy.

The Twelve Days of Star Wars

(To be sung as a duet, with one singer singing in the traditional Twelve Days of Christmas style, and the other doing spoken asides of the words in brackets. The last two lines are spoken.)

On the twelfth day of Christmas my true fan gave to me...

Twelve Senators Squabbling (over who gets the last Christmas cookie)
Eleven Jedi Mind Tricks (those aren’t the droids you’re looking for)
Ten Ships a-Battling (to complete the infamous Kessel run)
Nine Tauntauns Running (remember, dress warmly on Hoth)
Eight Rebels Plotting (a moment of silence for the Bothans)
Seven Blasters Shooting (and Greedo’s dead!)
Six Jawas Trading (but no sand people thank goodness)
Five Bad Feelings (that’s no moon, it’s a space station)
Four Tie Fighters (plus, Darth Vader too!)
Three Lightsabers (don’t cut off a hand now)
Two Stormtroopers (with very bad aim)
And a Sith Lord in a Death Star (I find your lack of faith disturbing)

I’m going to need more room on my collectables shelf (you got that right).

© A. F. Stewart 2015 All Rights Reserved 

Sunday, November 22, 2015

A Rewording Life: Finding Meaning in the Wor(l)d

A long time ago, in this galaxy... I was asked to contribute to this idea of a book, A Rewording Life. The concept of the tome was born in the brain of Sheryl Gordon, who wanted to compile a book that explored the intricacies of language and its nuances. Each contributor to the book was given a word, and asked to write a sentence to showcase it. It was a unique and fascinating project, and I was glad to participate.

And now, it's finally a ready reality. 

That's right, (or maybe even write), A Rewording Life: Finding Meaning in the Wor(l)d is available for the reading public. Now 1,080 cool Canadian contributors (consisting of writers, musicians, comedians, and more) lurk within the pages of A Rewording Life waiting for you to discover their piece of the large vocabulary within. Some of the more famous names include, Alan Doyle, Colin Mochrie, Ron James, Jane Urquhart and Robert Bateman (plus a few of my fellow author acquaintances such as Axel Howerton, Denysé Bridger, Sarah Butland and Steve Vernon).

So how did this book project come to be?

In Sheryl Gordon's own words, she describes the inspiration for the book:

"I want to disentangle words that, for one reason or another, bewilder me. I also want to raise money for the Alzheimer Society of Canada, to honour my mom, who lost all of her words in the end."

Yes, fifty percent of the profits of this book are going to the Alzheimer Society of Canada, so not only is this a cool book and an interesting experiment in language, it also supports a good cause. So get out there ans snag yourself a copy today!

You can check out the website or Facebook page for updates and more information. 

You can check out Sheryl Gordon on Twitter

You can find A Rewording Life: Finding Meaning in the Wor(l)d at:

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Poems For Remembrance Day

For Remembrance Day, I offer two poems...

Why the Poppies Blow

They marched as brothers
across the broad battlefield
Death whispered in their ear,
farewell followed their footsteps
United, they held fast the line
Forever—Duty, Honour, Sacrifice,
defending their country and kin



That sunset bleeds into the fading light
evermore chased by the trumpet’s note
Soldier’s mournful echo across the night
that sunset bleeds into the fading light
Bravery’s song forever takes flight
the music upon the heavens wrote
That sunset bleeds into the fading light
evermore chased by the trumpet’s note


Lest We Forget

© A. F. Stewart 2015 All Rights Reserved

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Cover Reveal: Kingdom City: Revolt

Today I have a cover reveal (plus the book trailer) for Kingdom City: Revolt the sequel to Kingdom City: Resurrection. Both books are by author Ben Ireland and released by Xchyler Publishing. So without further adieu, I present the cover for...

Kingdom City: Revolt

Kingdom City: Revolt

Paul Stevens has survived a terrorist attack, medical experimentation, and an attempt by the government to "neutralize" their rogue citizens. However, his escape cost him his wife, and he battles to overthrow Brian Shuman, the dictator responsible for her death. With the kidnapping of his daughter and the disappearance of his son, he must choose between saving what may remain of his family or the fledgling rebellion on the verge of collapse.

Book Trailer

And here's a look at the trailer for Book 1, Kingdom City: Resurrection

Kingdom City
Arise and Die. Comply and Perish.


Author Bio:

Ben churns out his prose from his home in Southeast Texas, where he lives with his wife and three children, and works in IT. When he isn’t writing, he’s either thinking about writing, or he’s driving his wife insane talking about his novel ideas. His work has appeared in two X-anthologies: “Kissed a Snake” in A Dash of Madness: a Thriller Anthology (July 2013), and “Fairykin” in Moments in Millennia: a Fantasy Anthology (January 2014). His first novel, Kingdom City: Resurrection was published in February 2014.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

A Spotlight and an Interview: Beyond the Wail

Today I'm part of a blog tour, and I'm spotlighting the new paranormal anthology, Beyond the Wail, as well as one of my fellow authors from the book, Tirzah Duncan. I really enjoyed Tirzah's story, and I'm pleased spotlight this talented author. I also have a look at the book and a great Rafflecopter giveaway, so read on...

Now Featuring:

Beyond the Wail: 12 Grave Tales of Love and Loss

What is it about fear and the unknown that pulls so passionately at the human heart? Perhaps we are drawn not to the darkness itself, but to the resolution, the overcoming of what we most deeply dread. After all, the more terrible the struggle, the greater the victory when it comes at last. Presented in this anthology are twelve remarkable stories of the darkness that overshadows us, and the resolution that may be found beyond them. They are stories of fear and oppression, but ultimately stories of hope, stories that will take you BEYOND THE WAIL.

OF MICE AND MONSTERS by Tirzah Duncan: Troubled by ghosts within and without, Benjamin struggles to become the man his girlfriend needs instead of the monster he is.

GO GENTLE by Julie Barnson: After the death of her boyfriend, a young musician uses her talents and a fabled violin to stop the fatal accidents at a dead man’s curve.

DEAD WATER by Amanda Banker: A stalled truck, an abandoned graveyard, and a town not found on any map take two brothers on a detour they’ll never forget.

COLD SPOT by Jay Barnson: When a laptop is stolen from their computer security company, two high school buddies go to extremes to investigate. But, will they manage to return?

THE WEEPING LADY by A. F. Stewart: Eva Douglas must face her mother issues, past and present, when the disappearance of her sister forces a confrontation with a terrifying ghost.

THE POLTERGEIST AND AUNT BETTY by Ginger C. Mann: Aunt Betty is eccentric, but how much is ghost, how much is medication, and how much is just plain crazy?

THE ‘GRIM’ REAPER by L. K. McIntosh: When a soul reaper loses the source of their power, they must either find the witch who stole it or a new purpose for living.

SHRINE OF MIRRORS by F. M. Longo: A spy on a mission becomes a believer in the supernatural when the theft of three ancient relics threaten to bring down the empire.

DEAD MAN HOCKING by T.N. Payne: A world-weary zombie learns to beware what you wish for, and not all sure bets are worth the gamble.

ST. PETER’S FISH by Alex McGilvery: Sam is a walking disaster of biblical proportions, but how much is he willing to sacrifice to escape, and will the Powers That Be allow it?

THE DIORAMA by Sebastian Bendix: A play set turns life around for Martin Taper, but things take a turn for the worse when he neglects it and the lonely child obsessed with it.

DATE DUE by Danielle E. Shipley: A magic library’s guardian determines to protect her treasured books, whether their authors elect to do things the easy way … or the fatal one. 

Beyond the Wail is available at

And now for our feature interview with Tirzah Duncan, 

author of the story, Of Mice and Monsters

1. How did you come up with the concept of your story?

“There is a man who twists the necks of caged mice.” The first sentence popped into my head, and it drew me on from there, one sentence, one paragraph at a time. The heavy pall of darkness fascinated me, filled me with fear, but also with hope. I wrote without knowing where the story would go, without even knowing what the next sentence would be before I wrote it.
This is the only story I’ve written longhand in a notebook, the only story I’ve ever written quite like this. The only story I never had to force myself to keep writing, because it sank in its hooks and called me on, word by word.

2. Please provide some insight into or a secret or two about your story.

The moment Benjamin slams down the glove, scaring his pet mouse? The moment the creature cowers, and he feels that rush of power go to his head?
I had that same moment in my childhood, with one of my rats. I felt the rush, and, even as an eight/nine-year-old, it frightened me. I could feel the darkness in it, the monstrosity, and I never did it again. But I remembered.
That is, fortunately, the only part of this work which is in any way autobiographic.

3. When did you know you wanted to be a writer?

When it was misery and I still loved it.

14. Name one entity that you feel supported your writing, outside of family members.

I’ve gotta give credit to two: Danielle Shipley, and Syawn Birk. One is my bestie, and I’m on the phone with her way too near to 24/7. Our characters party, talk, bond, and fight together just as much as we do. Somehow, we both manage to get a lot of writing done anyhow, her more than me.
Sy, though, is muse and main character, life coach and captain, friend and priest. He’s almost always at my side when I need inspiration or advice, a confessional or a sermon. I’ve loved him, I’ve hated him, I’ve wrestled over plot points with him, and I don’t know where I’d be without him.

15. What's up next for you?

I’m creating an anthology of my own works, as it happens. Not sure what I’m going to call it yet, but I believe Danielle suggested “Tirzah tries to write love stories and fails pretty badly.”
The tales vary from urban fantasy to myth, swords-and-sorcery to psycho-punk, but they’re all centered around love.
In and among internal conflicts, passion, murder, magic, and good old-fashioned vigilantism, each story seeks to question what love really is, what it does, and what, in love, is most important.
Also, Death meets Santa Claus.

Just for fun nerd list:

Star Wars or Star Trek?
They both have their merits, but give me fantasy over sci-fi most days.

Hunger Games or Divergent?
Hunger Games, as I never read the latter.

James Bond or Jack Ryan?
Never heard of Jack Ryan, so 007’s the ticket.

Sherlock: Robert Downey, Jr. or Benedict Cumberbatch?
Sorry RDJ. You go put on the suit; leave the mysteries to Cumberbatch.

Spock: Leonard Nimoy or Zachary Quinto?
I don’t think I’m Trekkie enough to answer that.

X-Men or Avengers?
AVENGERS. ASSEMBLE. ON MY COUCH. IT’S AN EMERGENCY, I SWEAR. (Also can you please bring your villains? I need them too.)

Aliens or Predators?
D’you know, I’ve never watched any of those movies, so I’m not even wholly sure which is which. Please ask me more questions about fantasy, I told you sci-fi’s not my world. ._.

Minions or Penguins?
Neither, with a vengeance.

Batman or Superman?
Batman. Even if he’s not the hero I deserve, he’s the one I need right now.

Harry Potter or Pirates of the Caribbean?
Harry Potter—Pirates was fun, but wasn’t even a book series, was it?

Beatles or Rolling Stones?
I pick favorites by song, not by band.

Peter Jackson or James Cameron?
Jackson… ARG. I love him for LotR, I hate him for the Hobbit trilogy. (No reflection on Freeman’s Bilbo, though, or Cumberbatch’s Smaug. #RedeemingFactors #IAmFireIAmDeath #YouAreADramaQueen)

Steven Spielberg or George Lucas?
Hmmn. Lucas, I guess.

Vampires or Werewolves?
Vampires of almost any iteration, whether neutral or evil, are more fascinating creatures to me. So long as justice is done them.

Arg! Why I gotta choose? Is tabletop RPG the middle choice between the two? On the other hand, LARPing might win out. Nothing like a kamikaze lunge with a foam sword and two remaining limbs. It’s great to actually get dirty and winded and scream battle cries at the top of your lungs. You should have seen me at my wedding reception.

Author Bio:

Tirzah Duncan writes novels, short stories, and poetry. She loves martial combat, is employed at a firing range, and loves the pen and sword in nearly equal measure.
You'll also catch her bounding around Europe and geeking out about its history, obsessing over her favorite fandoms, role-play storytelling, talking aloud to herself, and trying her hand at theology and philosophy.
She thinks she'd make an excellent companion to rebel time lords and consulting detectives, and is still largely convinced that Narnia is just a wardrobe away. She wants to be C.S. Lewis when she grows up.

You can find Tirzah hanging about at these sites:

Book Release Blog Tour

Featured Author: Danielle E. Shipley

Danielle E. Shipley

Saturday, October 10, 2015

 Are you Afraid of the Dark?
 John's Writing
 Spreading the Writer's Word

Featured Author: Alex McGilvery

Alex McGilvery

Sunday, October 11, 2015

  Ash Krafton: Emotion Between the Lines
  Scott E. Tarbet, Author
  Writer's Law of Motion

Featured Author: T.N. PAYNE

Nicole Payne

Monday, October 12, 2015

 Melissa McShane, 
 Author Sarah's Secret Stash
 Notes from Author Ginger C. Mann

Featured Author: Ginger C. Mann

Ginger C. Mann

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

  L.K. McIntosh
  J S Brown
  Fairies & Pirates

Featured Author: L.K. McIntosh

L.K. McIntosh

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

  Rampant Games
  Scotty Watty Doodle All The Day
  Terra Luft — View From the Crystal Ball

Featured Author: Jay Barnson

Jay Barnson

Thursday, October 15, 2015

  A Storyteller's Journey
  Creativity from Chaos
  Christine Haggerty

Featured Author: A. F. Stewart

A. F. Stewart

Friday, October 16, 2015

  Tales by Julie
  Perpetual Chaos of a Wandering Mind
  Alas, Earwax

Featured Author: Amanda Banker

Amanda Banker

Saturday, October 17, 2015

  Sebastian Bendix
  Alex Campbell
  Semi Short chic

Featured Author: Julie Barnson

Julie Barnson

Sunday, October 18, 2015

  The Ink Caster
  The Road to Nowhere

Featured Author: Sebastian Bendix

Sebastian Bendix

Monday, October 19, 2015

  The J. Aurel Guay Archive

Featured Author: Tirzah Duncan

Tirzah Duncan

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

  Alex McGilvery's World
  In the Spotlight

Featured Author: F.M. Longo

F.M. Longo

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

  Ever On Word
  The Cult of Me
  Cobblestone Scribe

Book Trailer


Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Book Spotlight: Philia and Sophia by Nikitha Hingad

Today we have a spotlight on the book of poetry, Philia and Sophia. Enjoy.

Now Featuring:

Philia and Sophia by Nikitha Hingad

Just like the title suggests Philia and Sophia is a compilation of poems and writings on love and wisdom. The compilation consists of well-crafted poems written in diamante, haiku, sonnet and free style of poetry. Philia is a set of heart touching poems with ubiquitous themes like proposal, betrayal and memories of love. Sophia on the other hand leaves the reader with a message, a moral and inspiration for better living. Sophia makes the reader really think and Philia makes the reader feel. Philia and Sophia intend to touch the heart, soul and stir deep thoughts.

Philia and Sophia is available at:

Author Bio:

Nikitha Hingad is a young woman from Bengaluru, India. She is a graduate in commerce and is currently pursuing her academic interests. She writes poetry in her free time and shares it with her close friends. Her other interests include art, dance, music and reading. As a child, she was exposed to books of varied genres such as philosophy, fiction, comic, self-help etc. Writing a book was always her dream. She has contributed to various anthologies like Silver Lining: Poets against Violence, The Gust of Wits: Poems By The Poets of Muses' Bower, and Deep Tales.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Excerpt from Colours of Poetry

Here's a little sample from my book Colours of Poetry, plus a visual I cooked up. Enjoy...


Imagine you can fly,
soar among the clouds high, drift slow
Don’t think, wander and flow
Cast off your angst and woe to air,
released of all despair
An eagle’s eye view, dare to rise
to seize those azure skies
and feel free, without lies or pain
so far above the rain
Dream you have wings again, and try

© A. F. Stewart 2015 All Rights Reserved 
Colours of Poetry

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Sunshine Book Show Celebration

Come on over to Facebook today, July 8th, and join me, and a host of other talented authors when we light up the place with a most awesome party! It's one of those multi-author takeover events, and the authors will be there answering questions, entertaining with games and photos, and offering cool giveaways and contests. We will be showcasing several different genres and loads of great books. It should be quite the party.

Check out the Sunshine Book Show Celebration Page for a sneak peek at the guest authors:

I'm up at 2:30 PM EST until 3:00 PM EST, and I’ll be offering up some ebook prizes of Fairy Tale Fusion, doing a Q&A, and a great Rafflecopter giveaway that goes until July 10th.

Here’s the author schedule and the event link:

(All Times Are EST)

12:00 – 12:30 pm: Maria DeVivo (Welcome and Roll Call)
12:30 – 1:00 pm: Karen Black
1:00 – 1:30 pm: Mysti Parker
1:30 – 2:00 pm: Cris Pasqueralle
2:00 – 2:30 pm: Viv Drewa
2:30 – 3:00 pm: A. F. Stewart
3:00 – 3:30 pm: Patty Wiseman
3:30 – 4:00 pm: Maria DeVivo
4:00 – 4:30 pm: Uvi Poznansky
4:30 – 5:00 pm: Janet Morris
5:00 – 5:30 pm: Linda Bonney Olin
5:30 – 6:00 pm: Chuck Lovatt
6:00 – 6:30 pm: Candace Bowser
6:30 – 7:00 pm: Barbara Ehrentreu
7:00 – 8:00 pm: Eileen Register

Sunshine Book Show Celebration:

Please pop by and join us!

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Book Spotlight: Hohenstein by Didi Lawson

In today's spotlight I give you a hot new historical romance, Hohenstein by Didi Lawson.
Plus there's a day in the life feature for the main character, Marie-Louise von Hohenstein, and a contest.

Now Featuring

The Book

You can find Hohenstein on these sites:


A Day in the Life

The following is typical list of things for a day in the life of Marie-Louise, Baroness von Hohenstein, and her ancestral estate.

  • Breakfast with Tante Ambrosia
  • Inspecting the premises
  • Book keeping for the Café
  • Consulting with Jakob on the most pressing repairs that need to be done
  • Planning and shopping for the café
  • Lunch with Tante Ambrosia
  • Preparing for castle weddings
  • Visit from Ulrich Count Wolfburg
  • Playing piano for frustration relief
  • Walk in the forest with Kaiser, the German Shepherd Dog
  • Checking various carriages for carriage rides for the wedding and the children
  • Putting finishing touches on castle wedding decorations
  • Dinner with Tante Ambrosia
  • Practicing music for a castle concert with Dr. Walter 
  • Date with Dr. Nick Neff


The Contest

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Vanguard Legacy: Fated

A treat today for all you YA Fantasy book lovers. The spotlight will shine on a new release, Fated by author Joanne Kershaw. It's the third book in the Vanguard Legacy, and looks to be just as riveting as the previous two books. I also have a little insight into the author as she spills the secrets of some of her favourite things, plus a great giveaway from Xchyler Publishing. So read on and enjoy!

Now Featuring

Vanguard Legacy: Fatedby Joanne Kershaw
Defeated but not vanquished, the foes of light have retreated. But victory came at a terrible cost to Elora Walker, with her friends lost and scattered. Eleven months later and just seventeen, she commands her own Vanguard quad but struggles with a past that won’t release her and a future she hesitates to embrace.
The barriers between worlds continues to weaken, Dark Seekers are emboldened, and David still plans to engulf humanity in eternal night. Elora means to end the threat once and for all but dreads the personal consequences. Will saving the world demand the ultimate sacrifice? And who must pay it?

You can find Fated at:

You can check out Books I and II of the Vanguard Legacy here:

Some of Joanne Kershaw's Favourite Things:

- TV show
Without a doubt, my favourite TV show of all time would have to be The X Files—and yes, I am supremely excited about the reboot! I watch far too much television, and so have several favourite shows right now. Top five would be Suits, Hawaii Five-0, Bones, Pretty Little Liars and Blue Bloods. There are soooo many more I could add to that list though. If you asked me in another two weeks, it might change again.

- Comic book character
Confession? I don’t have a favourite comic book character. I haven’t watched any of the Marvel films and have only seen the old Superman and Spiderman films. My husband and children have seen them all and love them, I just don’t get the time to watch them!

- Movie
I am so rubbish! Asking questions like this is like asking me to choose which child is my favourite! I guess, when I was a child my choice would have been The Labyrinth (with David Bowie). I still know every word of the script and every lyric of every song, and we watch it as a family. When I was a teenager, Philadelphia (with Tom Hanks and Antonio Banderas) was my favourite film. Since then, I have gone through phases of being addicted to Twilight, Hunger Games, Divergent and more. I cannot possibly pick one favourite. However, want a kids film recommendation and I will usually say Lilo and Stitch—I love Stitch!

- Book
There is just no way to answer this question! I read so many books, and love almost all of them. As a child, I remember being chilled to the bone by Robert Cormier’s After The First Death, which you must read if you haven’t. It was visceral, real, painful and uncomfortable—I know that doesn’t sound like a must-read, but it really is. Right now, if someone asked me for a YA recommendation that is different to the usual love triangle with a supernatural twist (and yes, I know my book fits in that category, but I love reading them!), I would say Alex Scarrow’s Timeriders series. Historically themed, with relevant issues, and lots of humour and action., it’s a must-read series.

- Candy bar
Another of my vices is chocolate and sweets. I don’t drink alcohol or caffeine and I’m a vegetarian, so sweets are my go-to treat. Apologies for American readers, these will all be British chocolates, so if you haven’t heard of them, I’m sorry. Toffee crisps are great when I want something a bit lighter, mint or orange flavoured chocolates of any form will literally bend me to your will, and I love chocolates with caramel centres.

- Junk food
Pizza. A simple margarita or a vegetable-based recipe. (That one was easy!)

- Place you visited
I have never travelled abroad and, to be honest, not extensively within the UK either. My family and I holiday in Devon, in the South West of England, and we love it there. In terms of particular places to visit, we regularly visit The Deep, which is a submarium in Hull. They have hundreds of fish and unusual sea creatures, and we usually go three or four times a year.

- Restaurant
Friends of ours own an American-themed diner in Morley, called Luppy’s Diner, which we love to visit with the children. We don’t eat out very often because it’s so expensive with the children, and even more so without (because babysitters are hard to come by!). I don’t massively enjoy cooking either, but there are some days where I have really looked forward to something in particular and when I finally get to sit down and eat it, it’s great!

- Island
Guess I’ll have to say Hawaii, even though I have never been there and can’t see ever being able to afford to. But that is where Hawaii Five-0 and Lilo and Stitch are set, so that’s my choice.

Joanne Kershaw lives in Wakefield, England, with her husband, four young children, and an uppity cat named Dipstick. As a teacher of five- to eleven-year-olds, she spends her days playing at being a grownup, then goes home to delve into Young Adult dark romance and being sixteen again.
Joanne lives and breathes books, whether reading, writing, or marking them. She wrote her first novel in six weeks. Encouraged to submit her work by a friend and fellow YA novel addict, Joanne now finds herself a signed author at Xchyler Publishing.

The Giveaway

a Rafflecopter giveaway

And for more on Fated and Joanne Kershaw, check out this schedule for the Xchyler Publishing blog tour:


Friday, April 10, 2015

An Abecedarian Poem - #NaPoWriMo

Alphabet Soup

A better catharsis defines eternity
facetiae gutting homogeny
iconic jibes kicked lengthwise
Man needs obfuscation,
precious quantum rents torn
under vascular wedges,
xenogenous yawning zanyism

© A. F. Stewart 2015 All Rights Reserved

Thursday, April 9, 2015

A Visual Poem - #NaPoWriMo

The Stone Bridge

The wooded glade
holds a secret
buried under
the old stone bridge

Evil deeds
and murdered bones,
deep beneath
the old stone bridge

Names whisper
in the darkness
from underneath
the old stone bridge

© A. F. Stewart 2015 All Rights Reserved

Also posted on Kintsugi Poets Society

Friday, April 3, 2015

A Poem for Easter

Daily Bread

Provide us
with sustenance and grace
and concede us strength on misfortune
Remit the light to direct the path from shadow,
bestow our hope in obscurity
and share prosperity,
faith and love

From Colours of Poetry
© All Rights Reserved A. F. Stewart

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

April Fool's and Nursery Rhymes

Today in honour of National Poetry Month and April Fool's, I'm posting an excerpt from my book Reflections of Poetry, a macabre bit of verse I call...

Zombies in the Nursery

Little Miss Muffet
sat on her tuffet,
eating some tasty brain.

She happily munched,
her rotten teeth crunched
on matter that used to be Jane.

You may scream, Ewww,
oh how could you skew
such a highly loved rhyme?

Well, you should beware
there’s trouble in air
and there’s no longer time.

For poor Miss Muffet,
perched on her tuffet
has joined with the zombie rank

When she’s done with her eating
she’ll be lurching and greeting
the humans with a stare so blank.

So, run while you can,
flee the bleak end of man,
as we’re hunted and eaten in pain.
Time for the Undead Nursery Reign.

From Reflections of Poetry
© All Rights Reserved A. F. Stewart

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