Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Vampire Mom / Choclat Sin #21



VAMPIRE MOM

What's a vampire Mom to do?
Well, get some good blood today,
that's my priority.
Not as if the milkman
will leave a quart at the door.

I'm thinking ahead to a dark tomorrow,
maybe an eclipse
can shorten the daylight
so that silver edges bleed into night.

Pay attention!
When I say look, you look,
when I say run, you run,
when I say grab her,
you better listen.

And don't stay out too early.

What kind of stork brought you,
you ask?
A bird whose span covers the slit of dawn,
feathers tufted with ebony plumes.

Come out of your bed,
sleepyhead,
let's play a game
with archaic toys.
Place the Ouija board
on the edge of the slab
and urge a dark spirit
to come through to me.

Hark!  A troubled soul listens
when I open my beckoning arms
and say yes,
I know how to be your Mom.


                                             
                          Melted chocolate.  What did you think it was?
                                     Just a bit of Choclat Sin.

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15 comments:

Derrick said...

Hi Lyn,

The things some people will do for a bit of chocolate!!

Lyn said...

Hi Derrick-
I think you're on to something!!Chocolate will save you from vampires!!

A Cuban In London said...

Oh yeeeeesssss! This one rocked my world just now! It is lines like the following one that make fall for your poetry, dear:

'A bird whose span covers the slit of dawn,

feathers tufted with ebony plumes.'

There's so much symbology in there and yet it is so concisely collected. Last night I started the first draft for a post to come out in June as part of my 'Of Literature and Other Abstract Thoughts' regular column and it's examples like yours that I had in mind when I began to scribble on Word last night.

Many thanks. That was a yummy poem. :-) Blood and gore, nonetheless.

Greetings from London.

Lyn said...

Greetings to a Cuban-
Well, you certainly have me walking on air! I'm already looking forward to your new post..more food for my brain..
Poetry is a welcome mystery to me that hides within..only one way to solve that mystery..WRITE!
blood and gore..not my cup of tea, either..

Everyday Goddess said...

sinfully delicious!

Lyn said...

Hi Everyday Goddess-
Thanks so much for stopping by!

sheri... said...

very good, lyn and sinister creepy!!! i had never thought about what goes through a vampire mom's head but they obviously encounter the same things we human moms do, minus the blood and demons, of course ;)
i was a little miffed that there wasn't any real chocolate to be found but i'll let it slide just this once! i never have found the lindt bar with chili...i dream about it but to no avail! guess i better google it, eh?

Lyn said...

Hi sheri-
Thanks..you're right..very few folks think about what may be going on in a vampire Mom's mind..just wanted to clear it up..
Also will definitely get to the bottom of this plot to keep the chili chocolate away from you!

Carrie Burtt said...

aahh yes, chocolate is the cure for all wrongs. Love your blog! :-)

Lyn said...

Hi Carrie-
Thanks for visiting..and your thoughts..
Yes, I've fixed it for myself(and others) that chocolate is reliable!

Lyn said...

Carrie-
I went to your blog..very nice..wanted to comment..wasn't able to..I'll try again!

Vicki Lane said...

A vampire mom -- what an interesting concept! Nice piece!

Lyn said...

Hi Vicki-
That's what happens when I'm on chocolate withdrawal!

Rallentanda said...

Hi Lyn
Thanks fo stopping by.I have POW
(Poetry On Wednesday) to a prompt.
Bring a bottle and join in if you like. Always room for another mad hatter!

Lyn said...

Hi Rall-
Thank you..I will try to show up for your prompt..what's another hour at the computer?? Good company!

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