never tell a zombie the truth
never lie to a zombie
never say things to a zombie you wouldn’t say to your own mother
never stare directly into the eyes of a zombie
never give money to a panhandling zombie
if a zombie ain’t broke, don’t fix him
a zombie saved is a zombie earned
never give a zombie a bath on Saturdays
necessity is the mother of the zombie
the shortest distance between two points is a zombie
zombies are the best medicine
two zombies don’t make a right
zombies do as zombies will
don’t throw the zombie out with the bathwater
Billy Graham once saved a zombie
zombies will make America great again

Image credit:Thirteen Of Clubs

Maria Mazzenga writes poetry and fiction from her home in Arlington, Virginia.  She's collaborated on four books of art, poetry, and fiction with visual artist Roger Doyle. Most recently, she's had poetry published in The Amethyst Review, The Bitchin' Kitsch, and Eyedrum Periodically, and fiction published in Chronos.