|Reviews for Dost Partaketh|
| Liliot chapter 1 . 1/8/2013
I read this a few days ago and that last line stuck with me, I love it!
| R. E. Ellison chapter 1 . 1/3/2013
Somebody's gotta suffer for my stupid education, so... here it goes. 'Thou' is used in the subject position, so the absolute correct word (object of a proposition) would be 'thee' and 'shalt' is for third person, as in 'thou shalt', so...just to be an annoying old English teacher, the first line should read "Shall I dine on thee?" Are the last two lines a continuation of the 'question'? Wouldn't that just be one 'soul', then?
The haiku is enjoyable, anyway, without my stickler-nonsense, and I like the idea of a very polite zombie first 'thinking' about eating someone - probably a hypothetical question, like my asking a See's buttercream if it's okay if I indulge.
| BookcraZzaY chapter 1 . 1/3/2013
its very creative..the second line makes me think its about a monster reading it over again; which is different then when I first thought of it. I love that it can be read differently each time I read it.