Booklover Tv Lounger

Happy Halloween ^.^

Ghosts pop up to say hello
The tombstones rattle to and fro
Witches cackle in the night
And a cat's screech would give you fright

The wind blows through the rattling trees
Fog goes up to your knees
The boogeyman waits under your bed
While the Headless Horsemen searches for a head

Zombies walk slowly and moan in the streets
While little children gather treats
Carved pumpkins light the way
Until the sun comes up in the glistening day

Now Halloween comes around once a year
To be happy, fun, and stricken with fear
Friends and family have some fun
It's a day like no other for everyone

Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 13, 2007
Poem Edited: Saturday, April 16, 2011

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Comments about Happy Halloween ^.^ by Booklover Tv Lounger

  • Sidi Mahtrow (10/13/2007 6:33:00 AM)

    Ever ask a kid what trick
    They have as the other half of 'treat or trick'?
    You'll get a blank stare
    As if their parent had a secret they dared not share.

    So this All Hallow's Eve perhaps you should
    Instead of wearing a costume or a hood,
    take the time to explain
    What the terms really mean
    And instead of candy or other sweets
    Give them a leason rather than treats
    And show them a collection of rotten teeth
    That come from indulging in calorie laden sweets.


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