I'M Not Into Zombies

Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

Whatever you have ever said
Has been fine with me
Remember you were the one
Who kept reminding me
I lived in my own world
And in your world I did not fit in
I've accepted that

Why should I be blamed
For not expressing to you empathy?
Shouldn't you be getting that
From those you claimed to me
Had your back?
You made the announcement
You wouldn't be caught dead around me
With your friends
Have they realized you died?
Or have you come here just to taunt me?

Either way
That ghost look you have is rather ghastly
Maybe you should return back to your world
I'm not into zombies
Whatever has happened
You need to see your doctor immediately
Maybe it's from something you've been feeding on
For too long

That's what I would do
Go see your doctor!
You don't look too good to me at all

Comments about I'M Not Into Zombies

Why mot zombies can be fun, but only if the don't eat you... But all jokes aside. It's a great poem.

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