Crocodile Lady

Joe King, 1889

PoemCrocodile lady

Name: Crocodile Lady

Type: Green

Story: An old man walks into a not-yet smoky cafeteria and is faced with a rare creature. She is the crocodile lady, Crocodile Lady. The old man is lured into testing the animal’s skin, so green and luscious it looks. (Left is a picture of one of the eye witnesses to this scientific eating feast.) For those of you who have been following IG Karfield, this story will sound familiar; so very right you are: Crocodile lady has been previously published on The Seven Freudian Signs, and editor Ike Krijnen has written a flash story based on this piece, to be published in the Talking Post Summer 2013 edition.

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