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Halloween

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Halloween

~In Halloween’s moonlight as fog lifted, the maiden of gloom appeared on her broom. Lilura revealed as the fog drifted, her broom made eerie sounds of murky vroom. ~The maiden of gloom appeared on her broom, as she screeched, “Aren’t I the most perfect peach?” Her broom made eerie sounds of murky vroom. With eerie sounds of speech, the wench did screech. As she screeched, “Aren’t I the most perfect peach?” I said, “Return to east, you gruesome beast!" With eerie sounds of speech, the wench did screech. Foul stench of this wicked wench would not cease. ~I said, “Return to east, you gruesome beast!” She hissed, she retorted , “I’m a beauty!” Foul stench of this wicked wench would not cease. She hissed, and she squawked, the festered snooty ~She hissed, she retorted, "I'm a beauty!" Lilura revealed as the fog drifted. She hissed, and she squawked, the festered snooty. In Halloween’s moonlight, as fog lifted. ===================== By John Moses Freeman For and in honor of Russell Sivey And Contest: Halloween Fun

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  1. Date: 9/24/2011 2:43:00 PM
    Witty Halloween piece, John. Congrats on all your wins too, my friend : )