P is for… (1 of 2)

Welcome to Day Sixteen of your Essential Guide to Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse.  We all know the end is coming. But that’s no excuse for being a negative ninny about the whole thing. Today, for your reading pleasure, as well as some survival tips, you’ll also find a little poem on reasons to be positive about the end of the world… although you’ll have to wait for the next post for that 🙂

So, here continues your short guide to surviving the rise of the undead, covering you all the way from A to Z… It’s … Haiku of the Dead!

Haiku poetry
Provides you survival tips
And food for the soul

Panic on the streets.
Stay calm. Ice flows through your veins;
Clarity your mind

Find somewhere rural,
Avoid large populations
Safe in small numbers

Power of positive thoughts
At your own peril

Keep an eye out the next post… Reasons to be Cheerful: One, Two, Zombie…



“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

32 thoughts on “P is for… (1 of 2)

  1. Pingback: Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse with Al Lane | The Writer Next Door

  2. It’s really all in the first stanza, isn’t it?
    Haiku poetry
    Provides you survival tips
    And food for the soul

    So much food for the soul, and laughter for the heart, and I can’t thank you enough for it.

    Liked by 1 person

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