Z is for . . .
Zombie Whose brains these are I just don't know. Her body's in the tunnel, though; She will not see me stooping here To eat her brains before I go. My staggering gait you might find queer, To shuffle-step when you're so near Between the exit and the dark, The darkest tunnel under here. My skin, it flakes, my voice—a bark, My bite leaves just a little mark; I'm the worst thing you'd ever meet In this black place beneath the park. The tunnel is gloomy and smells of peat And I have chains upon my feet, And brains to devour before I sleep, And brains to devour before I sleep. *after Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening , by Robert Frost