Clinton Siegle


Wind Spirit - Poem by Clinton Siegle

Wind blows, trees sway, a brush with the night hour. A treat for prayers for All Saints Day. A mask or gourd or pumpkin to scare the spirits away. The color orange to represent harvest time while black means death for all time. Halloween is the spirit's night.

HalloweenSpiritohhowImissthedreamersatnig ht
allwaitinginthepatchatnight,
livinglovingwithinlaughterofthestreetlight
loadsofcandyandsweetstonight
opensyourbaghopeyoucanseewellbythemoonlight
winterisnearertonight
eternitywillrememberthespiritsprancinginthest reetlights
everlastingstreetlights
needsmorecandytodancetonight.


Spiritonallhallow'sEve
prancingintheduskofthemoon
indeeddreamingofcandyunderthemoon
realitywatchingthedriftingmoon
inwardlyhopingforasightofaspirittonight
timetoaskformorecandytonight.


acro stic Halloween Spirit short prose introduction

Topic(s) of this poem: air, wind

Form: Acrostic


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 25, 2018



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