Joseph T. Renaldi
Trick Or Treat - Poem by Joseph T. Renaldi
Halloween festivity fills the night,
Neighborhood porch lights are aglow,
Welcoming anxious children to treats,
Encouraging them to climb the steps below.
Replicas of ghosts and witches in view,
A skeleton hanging on the door,
A black cat's green eyes shine
Like they never have before.
Pumpkins carved with weird eyes,
An assortment of ugly features,
Within a bright light glows,
An attraction to all trick and treaters.
An aura of excitement fills the heart,
A time to frolic and see an eerie sight,
Children dressed in spooky ways
Collecting treats this Halloween night.
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