Phoenix Rory

Rookie (October 31,1992 / Phoenix, AZ)

Dark Faery On Halloween - Poem by Phoenix Rory

I clothe myself in darkness
I picked blackness for its starkness
And many a spidery metaphor
Being mysterious isn't a chore
When I embody night

The only color is my face
Flaming billows of hair keeping pace
With screams and whispers calling ''scary''
Watch your back, do be wary
I can give a fright

Expression is everything
Making scary spirit sing
With a stare cold as space
Freezing you into your place
Turn out the light

Halloween, the holiday
Of things that scream and things that play
And of course, things that scare
Give you chills beyond compare
Halloween, take flight

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 21, 2011

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