Thursday, March 12, 2015

Upon A Bridge to How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse 

A bridge, a river bound to sea a lover meets his reality 

Then on page two a woman gives lessons for a zombie lifestyle 

Upon A Bridge (Italian sonnet) 

Upon a bridge of loneliness and doubt
Across a river flowing to the sea
A mirror of a voice sings out to me
Some light refusing ever to go out
It sings of tears and Joys of long ago
Of heartbeats which I thought would never pass
The truth of dreams shear splendor would amass
One wonders now if it was truly so
My mind a silent chorus of refrain
Still cannot grasp the meaning of it all
There locked inside some distant prison wall
With only shadows’ murmurs to explain
The voice the song a freshness in the air
A promised hope of path I always knew
The one upon the bridge once knew it too
This river bound for sea would take me there

And on some far off radio, was playing: Chris Isaak "Blue Hotel" 

Page 2 

On Feb 14, 2013 John Baird, Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister said: The living dead better take note: Zombies are not welcome in Canada (The Huffington Post). But on the wake of Sony Pictures Studios world premiere of “Dead Rising: Watchtower”, BuzzFeed has taken a different direction. Instead of dreading and fearing the zombie apocalypse, they present ideas on how to be a better zombie. No longer do we have to worry about being mindless consumers (of brains). With just a few simple hints, we might look forward to a normal life (other than being dead). 
For all you zombie fans. "How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse" 

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