The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: What happened to those bunnies?

In which we learn the whereabouts of everyone else at the prison

Editor’s Note: Don’t get us wrong, we are as obsessive as any TWD fans. But let others pontificate at length. In our view, the show’s narrative conflict is so essential—living vs. undead, civility vs. anarchy, prey vs. predator—that it demands to be distilled in the purest form possible. What better serves that purpose than haiku?

And yes, they may be a little cryptic, but there are a few seventeen-syllable spoilers in this recap.

Season 4, Episode 10: “Inmates”

Diary of Beth Greene:
Tragic narrative device
Will her hope survive?

Daryl and Beth track,
looking for some survivors
stranded in the woods.

Walkin’ and talkin’
Daryl and Beth make their way.
Grim scene; Georgia clay.

Blood, guts, and a shoe.
Evidence of walker spree.
Beth cries; Daryl strides.

Tyreese babysits
Little Mika and Lizzie.
Baby Judith lives!

Big stoic Tyreese
Watching those three little girls
Makes for odd quartet.

Look! Carol came back.
Knew she wouldn’t be gone long.
Creepy girls rejoice.

Lizzie found bunnies.
My god! Did she just stab them?
Budding psychopath.

Terminus awaits,
promises safety for all
But is it a sham?

Maggie finds the bus,
Slaughters walkers one by one.
Glenn not among them.

Glenn’s at the prison.
Oops! Seems like he missed the bus.
Will he fight alone?

Glenn’s all Robocop.
Escapes prison with Tara.
Longs to find Maggie.

Now more folks arrive.
Rednecks on an armored truck.
Villains or heroes?

Now we know who lived
and those who weren’t so lucky
Will they meet up now?