Kevin Wang

Rookie (1994 / Lakewood)

'Evil Laughter Under Halloween's Moon' - Poem by Kevin Wang

these sinister days
creeping within each shadow as it lays
to hang deeply from above with the sky so gray
with a noose slowly swaying side to side
and the sea water spraying harshly across the path

eating chains of our lives away
and with a reputation to withhold
with bolts from mighty Zeus tearing the world
shaking with a deep rumble from within
and the cry of the inhuman Minotaur

these moaning and grimaces under the skin of the devil itself
as the mad scientist crackles with laughter that brings shivers down your spine
creating a monster with the brain of a bird
and the body of a monkey
standing upright like the creations from our proposed ancestors

the sound of the clock minding its own way
as the sound of flapping comes into flight
with the justice at word
and the knife by hand
just bloodied by the sight of wars before

the eve of Halloween
preparing the feast itself
preying on the sinister laughs
to bring paste for your legs
and rubber for your heart
as it breaks me down to bits and parts
as the wretched army blows into smithereens
evil laughter rules the darkness of the gray

take that machette
and cut the world into two
with the evil pitch so high, so daring
to crack the glass too evenly
beauty into shock as Medusa takes the stand
and stones us all for the petrifying that she's done
step step
bang bang
tick tick
kero kero
crack crack
*fall to dust

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 3, 2010

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