Poems (Monsters, myths and pokemon)

Wandering yeti
fades into
snow storm.

Rainbow feathers
black out
the sun.

Silent feline
haunts the hills
earthquake follows.

Slipping below the waves
shyness grips
the loch ness monster

The electric mouse
fearlessly competes
against dragons
and giants

shuns humanity
(viridian way)

for Tokyo

Restless catfish
thrashes around

Flashes and
as it
glides across the sky

Electric surge
tunneling worm

in sandstorm

Deceased dinosaurs
eternally acting out
the same scene

Cartwheeling dragon
shredding cloud bursts
with fire blasts

flame kick


Just a few poems. (Less well-known): Achiyalabopa, Namazu (also the Pokemon Whiscash) and the Mongolian Death Worm.

Pokemon featured: Absol, Pikachu, Flygon, Salamence and Blaziken.


About skyraftwanderer

A person who enjoys writing short story things, poetry and other random things that come into my head.
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3 Responses to Poems (Monsters, myths and pokemon)

  1. D... says:

    This may have not been the intention, but I was laughing. I mean there’s Pikachu, that’s right I said Pikachu, and then there’s Godzilla. My question is why is Godzilla always angry and heading for Tokyo, and at that point can we outrun him? Another question where is Mothra?

    • Eh, I was just having fun with these. And Godzilla can never be out run. Unless you’re outside of Japan. And I’ve done Mothra things before so I decided to take a rest on those.

      Also, they turned up here: http://paper.li/writinginrain/1299376933 (July 3 update). Which is nifty.

      • D... says:

        Oh that’s so cool. Yay!!!!

        Fun Fact: Did you know that Godzilla is called Gojira combining the kanji of gorilla and whale. But when I look at him I think lizard. So I don’t know how that happened. So I can’t out run him? But he moves sooooo sloooowwwwwly….
        I want to know why he’s so mad, is it the toxic waste? If so maybe he just needs a time out.

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