She Bites

hey, Georgia,
did you paint this bloom?
it munched me!

I think good old Stetson has been sprouting flowery corpses in his garden again, perhaps to continue arguing Eliot’s bit about April been the cruellest. Well, I hope your April is perfect… that it only bites if you are into that. 😉

I shall link this silly bit to Poets United. Because April likes senryū. Really, she told me.

Yesterday Never Dies – Dark Poetry for the Cruellest Month, 2016 (Day 13)

The 13th (and final) Dark Poetry for the Cruellest Month prompt! Can you believe it, my Wicked Luvs? I have 30 dark poem bits and about 15 full length poems to prove it. This has been such a delight. Thanks so much for taking part in this spring event. I hope to read you here next year.

On our last day of cruellest yumminess for April, we will go a little wild. Meaning that if for any reason you had to miss a prompt or three, today you get the chance to go back and revisit. But… if like moi, you completed every prompt, then you can travel back to last year, and choose a prompt from NaPoWriMo with Magaly Guerrero 2015. If you completed those too, there is still another choice (it’s the one I picked), write your poem based on the Imaginary Garden with Real Toads’ April 30th prompt: Poetizing the Maypole (which I’m hosting *cough, cough, cough*).

Today’s Prompt – Write a poem inspired by a prompt you missed this year… or a prompt from NaPoWriMo with Magaly Guerrero 2015… or by The Garden’s prompt: Poetizing the Maypole.

Link Instructions – Leave the link to your poem as a comment in this format: “She Wasn’t a Creature of this World” –

Please, take the time to visit other Dark Poetry for the Cruellest Month participants.
Let them know what you find particularly delightful about their poetic yum.
♥ I hope you enjoyed yourself as much as I did, my Wicked Luvs ♥

Dark Poetry for the Cruellest Month, 2016