Creepy Pizza

by Neal Levin

Creepy Pizza by Neal Levin

I’d like a pizza topped with cheese
Then sprinkled with some gnats and fleas,
Some centipedes and slimy slugs,
And other creepy, crawly bugs.

I want to add some fingernails
And oyster ooze and crunchy snails
And chicken bones and spoiled meat
And smelly socks from dirty feet.

I want it topped with lots of mold
And gooey boogers (not too old),
A lot of snot, a little spit,
And guts with grimy, grainy, grit.

I want the most disgusting crust
With spider webs and day-old dust
And dirt and mud and blood and gore
Delivered to my sister’s door.

  — Neal Levin

Copyright © 2006. All Rights Reserved. From Dinner with Dracula: A Spine-Tingling Collection of Frighteningly Funny Poems. Meadowbrook Press. Reprinted by permission of the author.

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From Dinner with Dracula: A Spine-Tingling Collection of Frighteningly Funny Poems

Dinner with Dracula is a hilarious collection of scary, spooky, spine-tingling poems about werewolves, vampires, headless horsemen and other creepy creatures that will tickle kids’ funny bones.

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Neal Levin has written poems for a wide variety of children’s magazines including Highlights, Ladybug, Spider, Fun For Kidz, Humpty Dumpty, Mad Kids, and Pockets. His work has also been published in over a dozen poetry anthologies including Caroline Kennedy’s Poems To Learn By Heart (Disney/Hyperion) and Kenn Nesbitt’s One Minute Till Bedtime (Little, Brown).

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