Haloween - Poem by lady grace
painted faces in the dark
stitched scars mysteriously flushed
eyes blacken…lips broaden
costumes and suits differs in trend...
in the night where party started
different faces behind their masks
like vampire, smartly she walks
her heart-lip expresses brutal attacks...
monsters bring scythe
while Frankenstein nailed his head
witches fly with their brooms
ghosts on their white sexy gowns...
they are the creatures in underworld
seen only in haloween celebration
masquerade enjoys everybody
for they can hide themselves for their prey...
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