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Halloween Haiku

Triple Haiku
5,7,5 -- 5,7,5 -- 5,7,5

Evil brews, no rules,
looming witches ride their brooms,
demon eyed ghouls drool.

Potions have been brewed,
voodoo dolls alter my mood.
Serial killers.

Vampires, Ware-wolves,
Kruger and Micheal Meyers,
stalking to retire..

***Note*** This is an edit of my original Random Thoughts *49* Haiku--Tanka--Haiku... 

 
Jared Pickett
Asavvy1
9/8/2010


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Halloween Haiku

The devil trembles
Feeling the autumn wind's rage
Children eat candy


Red mask covers eyes
Blind to first fall carnival
Her pockets picked clean


Nevermore  lovers
Halloween murders-blood found
Quote the black raven


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Halloween Nightmare

"Halloween Nightmare" spooky silhouettes encircle haunted castle midnight chimes undead. moonlight weaves silk web coffins creaking eerily fangs hunger for flesh. wolves prowl echoing witches swoop on straw broomsticks ghosts glide on fright night. magic spells enchant beware! death looms chirps black crow shadows lurk and lure. misty night invades dreams of trick or treat escape Halloween Nightmare! *For Tracie's Spooky Ku Contest.


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HALLOWEEN HAIKU

Carving to free souls
night before all Hallows Day
tradition they prey

Scarce candy in bowls
night of fright or time to say
a treat or foul play

Edward J Ebbs
Contest - Poet Destroyer ~ A


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Halloween Haiku

Halloween Haiku (the forest recalls) spirits awaken orange glow before nightfall. . . . All Hallow Eve dawns the forest recalls screams of caged men burned in fires. . . . a druid’s dark sky the lord of the dead lingers in woods’ memory. . . . a lone owl’s strange hoot reaching for moon black barbed spindly arms outstretched. . . . The worshiping trees crescent moon upturned a faceless pale entity. . . . *Sanheim grins down *Sanheim was the Celtic Lord of the Dead, for whom human sacrifices were made to make amends for sins of the evil dead. All Hallow Eve took place the night before their new year, when Sun was worshiped on the next day. For PD's HALLOWEEN HAIKU Poetry Contest


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"Halloween Babes"

“Halloween Babes”

Innocent Angels
Prowl darken streets, seek sweet treats
Human evil seeks…

This pure Love of heart
Unaware what evil lurks
In human dark souls…

Just another child
Bites the dust of human lust’s
Illusions of ghouls…

For Contest: Halloween Haiku
In Honor of : Linda-Marie Sweetheart of P.S.


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The perspective of a Halloween candle....

Bright, orange, white, flicker.....
Two black eyes, one dark mouth viewed,
I'm the flame inside

They trim the flesh out
Stubby children's hands; entrails
I'm the flame inside

My face-like windows
My removable roof-top
I'm the flame inside


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M and Ms

In a violent world
trick-or-treaters may not come
M and Ms live on 


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Halloween Haiku

Pumpkin seeds as teeth
Candle light escapes eye holes
Goose bumps in the dark...

for: Poet Destroyer ~ A  's "Halloween Haiku" contest


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haiku 50

full moon
reflects on haunted house
eerie silhouette


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Halloween Haiku

Night falls and shines th'moon.
As senses ignite, I stir,
yearning for live flesh.


Written for the "Spooky Ku" Contest
October 14, 2012


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Halloween

witches, goblins, ghosts,
terrifying creatures,
out for Halloween


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Halloween Haiku

Tonight's Halloween monsters are walking the street. Witches and demons. Ghastly shrieks and screams, a fearful cacophony. screaming "Trick or treat! Moans, howls, flashing lights, spider webs, plastic black cats, I laugh at my fear. written for Linda-Marie The Sweetheart of P.S. "Halloween Haiku" contest


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Going Halloween Haiku Crazy

I may look crazy,
but this is just a disguise...
I shop at Target!


For "Going Halloween Haiku Crazy" contest sponsored by Poet Destroyer ~ A.


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Halloween haiku

on halloween eve
apple bobbing with grandma......
false teeth on apple

smiling carved pumpkin
advertisement of toothpaste......
grandma's false teeth


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None Return

 Beware the old witch
as you go trick or treating
She can  hypnotize
 
House on the corner
where the old witch  lives, tempts some
to take one  last dare

 Then one by one they
ring the bell,  but none return
 to tell the tale

 Just screams of horror
are what's heard,  as cauldron boils
on Halloween night










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Halloween Haiku

Bewitching hour 
Full moon brings the afterlife
To our door again




For Contest : Halloween Haiku


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Halloween Haiku

<                                      amidst swollen moon
                                 creatures of the night stalking .....
                                          predator's bounty



                                          be ~ witching ~ hour
                                     beastly  mannerism   gone
                                          totally but .... wild



                                          black cat crosses path
                                          another seven years of ........
                                          having such bad luck



                                              culdron pot boils
                               hearts ~ gizzards ~ livers ... bat's hair 
                                          witches stilled brewing
                                         
                                                                                


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Halloween

Hallow-weenie night
Filled with dreadful scary fright
Creatures in the dark

Pumpkins carved and lit
Yellow glow casts eerie spells
Zombies walk tonight

Kids tempt dreadful fate
Spooky mask hides smiling face
Shadows jumping-Boo!



***HALLOWEEN HAIKU*** Contest   
Sponsored by: Linda-Marie The Sweetheart of P.S.  


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Halloween Haiku

ghosts and Goblins BOO
trick or treat so much candy
happy halloween


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Halloween Haiku (for Linda-Marie the sweetheart of P.S.'s contest)

Halloween Haiku
(9.7.10)

Suburban parade:
A night to transform yourself,
and beg without shame.

Subsequent morning:
Pillowcases wear make up-
Wrappers and trinkets.

The Thanksgiving porch:
Mouth with one neglected tooth-
The jack-o-lantern.


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The Secret Witch

Don’t try to come out 
of the magic broom closet 
on Halloween Night.


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Halloween In The Graveyard

cobwebs brush my face leaning against the headstone screaming silently


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Halloween Snow White

Snow White dripping blood
Gory faces dripping slime
Stand up get the Cross


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A Happy Halloween

A skeleton dances On top of an old coffin Evil pours through him A ghost prowls on by Looking for someone to scare Who’s the next victim A black cat sits near Superstition is his craze People fear his kind Bats scurry about By the moonlight they go on Seeking fearful kids The Jack-O-Lanterns Sit with their huge ginning smiles Wishing you Happy… A Happy Halloween!!
Russell Sivey


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GOING HALLOWEEN HAIKU CRAZY

gimme some candy or bread would be better for teeth and piggy bank


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My Halloween Horrors

Witches so surreal
Silhouettes  upon the moon
Flying on broomsticks

Jack-o-lanterns : smile
Through the flames of Hell, inside
Feigning , frightful sighs

Spooky ghost run by
On moonless Halloween nights
I, cower in Fear


Inspired by the POETESS EXTRAORDINAIRE : 
The SWEETHEART of POETRY SOUP ( and me )
Mrs. Linda-Marie's Contest " ***Halloween Haiku*** "

Dedicated To my Haiku Sensei " Raul Moreno "


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GOING HALLOWEEN HAIKU CRAZY

All hallows eve night
Just one scary night in fall
Bats bit my isthmus

I changed my figure
Wearing black cape with shadows
Two fangs from my jowls

This tale of that night
Secures Halloweens darkness
My solemn visit

Poetry soups stay
Only at night I sojourn
Seeking blood delight

This Halloween time
I seek more than blood request
Poetry inquest

To live once again
In daylight and be set free
Normal mortal me


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GOING HALLOWEEN HAIKU CRAZY

howling through tombstones winds evoke resurrection spirits of those passed ‘neath the orange moon cackling heard above the gale witch flies through dark skies bats make their descent terrify trick or treaters candy corn scattered good, bad and ugly creatures of All Hallows Eve prance ‘cross leaf-strewn lawns
*Entry for PD’s “Going Halloween Haiku Crazy” contest. By Carolyn Devonshire, October 10, 2011


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Halloween Haiku

                                          an eerie old house
                                   abode for disgruntled ghosts - 
                                           waits expectantly   

                                            halloween party
                                           by invitation only - 
                                        come at your own risk

                                       costumed guests arrive
                                      unaware of ghostly hosts -
                                            ignorance is bliss

                                          at the midnight hour
                                  the haunted house comes alive -
                                          lurking ghosts appear

                                        human screams abound
                                  ghoulish spirits shriek with glee -
                                            party in full swing

                                        silence greets the dawn - 
                                     shrieking spirits now at rest
                                      but where are the guests?





Kim Merryman  10/14/11
for P.D.'s Halloween Haiku contest
entered in Pd's #1 poems only contest 7/9/13