Hardik Garg (15 yrs)

Veteran Poet - 1,051 Points (15 December 2000 / New Delhi)

The Spook - Poem by Hardik Garg (15 yrs)

In the middle of the night
When not a soul was in sight
There was a cabin along the woods
Where I entered with my goods

The place was abandoned and lonely
I was there all alone and took a room freely
In the bathroom I turned the tap
And put on the old desk my Cap.

I sat on the creaking old chair
And gazed at the bed not so fair
Suddenly I heard steps up the scary stairs
I went to bath and said 'Who Cares? '

When I came out from bath
Something obstructed my path
It was a shadow in the darkness
That gave me a sense of afraidness

It was nothing just a hand of the tree
I felt relieved but then I saw a portrait
That had a gothic grin
And made goosebumps run in my skin

I was spooked like never before
I couldn't take it anymore
I packed my stuff to vacate quickly
And ran to the door haphazardly

There was a spooky sound at the door
'See you soon! ' said the probable ghost
I ran out with extreme spook like a mouse
And vowed never to visit that haunted house.

Topic(s) of this poem: alone, funny, gothic, horror


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 6, 2015



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