monster haiku

Monster Haiku – Demon

Monster Haiku Mon·ster Hai·ku

noun, plural 
1. Compound phrase from Monster (meaning a large, mythical, or scary beast) and Haiku (a Japanese form of poetry consisting of 17 syllables total divided into 3 lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables).
2. A scary-themed story of four related Haiku poems. 

Demon Monster Haiku

Minion of evil
A slave to the unholy
Kin to unrighteous

Possesses someone
Head turns completely around
Holy water burns

Sheets cover bedposts
Bile, blood, and levitation
Hard exorcism

Driven out for now
Plenty more to take over
Maybe it is you