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House on Haunted Hill

On the top of a large hill Fear envelopes, hate carries on Ghosts play and have a thrill They live it up on the lawn People avoid this place until dawn There are Jack-O-Lanterns by the door Lit and prowling for the innocent Smiling and gracefully lying on the floor Glowing and growling like the indecent People frown at them, for they aren’t decent The graveyard surrounds this mansion Where skeleton dance in merriment They play with the zombies in succession The ravens fly with death hell sent Onlookers run through where they went They say they house is haunted Nobody knows, for its unseen The ghost brings fear undaunted People have never come and seen Just what happens on Halloween
Russell Sivey

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  1. Date: 10/14/2012 6:17:00 PM
    You are the expert when it comes to Halloween, do you think you were a warlock in your post life, or some benevolent witch doctor, either way your Halloween poetry rocks, love and light vie