M is for…

Welcome to Day Thirteen (halfway!) of your Essential Guide to Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse.  We all know the end is coming. Well, you gotta be prepared, and you ain’t gonna have time to memorise a whole bunch of stuff when it happens.

I’m off to the Monkey Forest today with the family, but rest assured I’ll be making notes on defensible locations and possible repercussions of the monkeys revolting…

You need a short guide to surviving the rise of the undead, covering you all the way from A to Z… You need … Haiku of the Dead!

Medicines are scarce
Watch out for malaria
And ration supplies

Zombies don’t speak, so
Don’t bother learning Morse Code
Just dot-dot-dash it!

Money is useless.
Electronic records gone.
Use for lighting fires.

Making sweet music
As in, actual music,
An acoustic treat.

Making sweet music
As in, tender lovemaking,
A survivor’s treat!

Rise of the machines
Stymied by rise of undead.
Zombies beat robots!

Military fail.
Nukes, planes, and tanks all useless
Against the undead.

Till death us do part
Doesn’t mean what it used to…
So marry wisely!

 

 M1

 

“You wrote this as part of a month-long challenge? What?!”

Throughout April, I will be joining the A to Z Challenge, posting six days a week to cover each letter of the alphabet… even that annoying “X”… For my theme, I have gone down the well-trodden, stereotypical, bit-of-a-cliché -really path of zombie survival tips… in haiku.

With tongue firmly in cheek, I hope you will join me for the month, and beyond 🙂

There are hundreds of blogs participating – over 1700. I will be doing my best to check out as many of these as possible. You can too via this link: http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/p/a-z-challenge-sign-up-list-2016.html

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