NIGHTMARE FEAST

Poem by: Philip Roberts

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Submitted: February 09, 2011

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Nightmare thoughts abound
Of people cooked in stew-pots,
So monsters may feast.

Men and women stewed
Children cooked with their mothers;
Fathers watch in shock.

Children and babies
Are prepared like suckling pigs,
For a monstrous feast.

Women ravished then
Impaled mouth to vagina,
Then placed on the spit.

Demons feed upon
Human meat, bone, and entrails,
Food that pleads and screams.

Castrated men hung
On butchers’ hooks while waiting,
To be cooked alive.

Red-eyed monsters feast
Gorging beneath the moonlight,
Soon to flee the sun.

THE END
© Copyright 2011
Philip Roberts,
Melbourne, Australia


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