John Gabriel


A Ghost Named Murray - Poem by John Gabriel

There was this ghost called half blind Murray
and everything around him looked quite blurry

One day he turned around in the wrong direction
and looked into a mirror seeing his own reflection

The sight of seeing a ghost literally scared him to death
and he collapsed to the ground taking his last breath

Now on his headstone it reads, Here Lies Murray
Not once but twice he died in a hurry

Topic(s) of this poem: ghost, humor


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 9, 2016



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