"Hi. I'm Roy Hudson. Some of you here may know me. Some of you may not.
Here's a few Haiku! Haiku are much fun to write. Hope you enjoy them.
In case you lost count, those two sets of phrases were Haiku. So's this one.
Enough silliness! No, seriously, I'll stop. Now on with the show!
'Great Halloween prop,' to the truck dragging a corpse. ...And then it hit me.
'Warning: Shooting Range.' Bob thought, 'Golf balls, or bullets?' POW! Death by golf ball.
Brains must be tasty. The zombies have no complaints. Too bad brains are scarce.
And now I'm finished. I thank you all very much. This was one also."
I thought of a couple more on the ride home:
"Beautiful night sky, how the vampires adore you. Guess what? So do I."
And this one is based on fact from tonight's reading:
"'Ba-doomp CHING!' I say, as the crowd roars approval. 'Thank you very much.'"
Furthermore, I thought of another (lopoem on the drive home, inspired by Alice in Chains's "Man in the Box." I'll save that one for a rainy day. (I really don't feel like typing it out. hehe)