Ellen Ni Bheachain

Rookie - 52 Points (October 2nd 1962 / Dublin Ireland)

Halloween Bash


That time of year,
When Autumn falls,
And Summer ends,
And Halloween becomes,
The festive time,
With the Halloween Bash,
For all to be,
Seen and Unseen,
For that is Halloween,

Dressing up and covering up,
All and any can go along,
To the Halloween bash,
Is for everyone,
Those whom are shy,
Those whom are fearful,
Those whom are party animals,
And then,
Those whom are,
Of all that is,
Halloween in believing,
What is really understood,
As to what is,
Halloween,

For the eve of hallo,
To all that say,
For all souls day is,
The very next day,
Yet,
Before that day arrives for all to pray,
For theirs gone before them,
Their dealy souls departed,
So,
Most gather and pray,
To help their departed souls,
On with their passage to enternity,
Yet,
On the eve of that day,
Is Halloween,
For what many believe is,
The parting and returning,
Of the souls here on Earth,
The errie time period,

The Halloween bash,
Brings out all in costumes and masks,
From masked balls,
To monster bashes,
To the elegant and graceful,
Of those that have their,
Halloween ball,
By,
R.S.V.P.
With proper attire of course,
Tis when all will become,
Someone or something of the past,

Bringing them out,
Especially for that evening,
As someone else,
Mabey,
One of their ancestors,
Or,
A shadow appearance,
Of,
A hidden side,
That makes them glow,
Or,
Cast their shadow,
On that errie time period,
Of Halloween Eve,

So,
For those that have,
That dark side or past,
They usually get with most,
That really do have the most,
In the host with the most,
Or,
The Hostess with the mostess,
That host the best Halloween bashes,
Showing,
That chilling side,
Yet,
In dress up style,

For,
Showing it in the way they dress,
Is how they reveal,
And what comes to light,
Could be the passing of the spirits,
Onto the other side,
Or the Halloween dressers,
Coming to light,
Or,
Maybe,
The latter,
Spirits returning,
And channeling through,
The Halloween Bashers,
On Halloween Night!

Submitted: Thursday, October 28, 2010

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