Treasure Island

Patricia Darcy

(London, England)

Halloween (Acrostic poem)


H aunted houses, grey cold graveyards

A nxious folks in search of ghosts

L anterns held to break the darkness

L urking shadows scare the most

O range glows from flickering candles

W icked witches dressed in black

E xcited children trick or treating

E xpecting goodies for their sacks

N ot forgetting, in the darkness, October ends this scary night

Submitted: Sunday, October 30, 2011
Edited: Sunday, October 30, 2011

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