Haiku About The Snake-Dragon Woman of Sarawak Malaysian Village Folklore

July 27, 2015 at 6:57 pm (Folklore, Ghost Story, Mythology, Poetry) (, , , , , )

Haiku About The Snake-Dragon Woman of Sarawak Malaysian Village Folklore

Boys tease snake-dragon
She warns she’ll eat them at night
See boys cry pout run

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5 Comments

  1. draculvanhelsing said,

    This haiku is written for my friend Sherrie who’s quite familiar with the legend of the snake-dragon woman from her village childhood days.

  2. Randstein said,

    The snake dragon is not to be trifled with. Like a potato chip, he can’t eat just one.

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Yes, to this day, I imagine the villagers in Sherrie’s home village are still wondering what became of her cousins.

      “I have no idea,” Sherrie shrugs as she dips another potato chip into the magic mushroom chip dip.

  3. Sherrie de Valeria said,

    LOL hahaha … Very nice Haiku! I love it very much. 😛
    And the Snake-Dragon ate the moon with the buns filled with magic mushrooms. hehehe …

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