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Monster Manual - Poem by noblebandit

Unusual creatures to mundane animals

And giant monsters of any type

Very large creatures like dragons and bigger

The Megalodon is a great white shark

Through the mist and rain goes the Beast of Gevaudan

A wolf – not a Lassie or Rin Tin Tin

In the cold, wet, damp conditions

Lives the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog

Creatures unknown to science like

the Giant Space Amoeba

Included are a few criptids -

Bigfoot, Yeti and La Chupacabra

Also monsters from other cultures

The Chiang-Shih, Preta, Rakshasa and Bhuta

Large, medium and small go the

Con Rit, Kumo, Nure-Onna and Buso

Viscera Suckers, Abominations

Weird mad scientist creations

An upright guerilla, warm presence

Modly lurking in the distance

As big as a bear, but it wasn’t a bear

It had Neanderthal features

The next page, Deadly Oozes and Manticores

Noted under the Asian Bestiaries

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The existence of a beast

gives me an eerie feeling

A potentially dangerous creature…

A hostile one of these things

From the Velociraptor

to a Carnivorous Kangaroo

And Fantastic Creatures

like Mothman and Kaiju

Eeek! Hairy, scaly, gooey

Claws, teeth, tail

Enlarged red eyes

9 to 10 feet tall

~~~~~~~~~~

High five dude…

Real Talk (seriously)

Full injection turbocharge

See where the anomalies lie

Looks like a riddle

The meltdown is already under way

Launch a “swallow whole” attack

on Robots and Aliens

Radioactive eyebeams

and fiery breath

High-powered Supernatural Foe

How you view yourself

Not a paranoid theory

They have abducted people

Therefore, Planetary Protection

It’s perfectly natural

We will define the problem

and build our own poison

And not be defeated by

a Lion Bat Human Scorpion!


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 26, 2010



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