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Title: A Spooky Night
A ghostly night of scary costumes and colored painted masks
But an old wicked witch lives in a haunted house on a hill
While a gruesome mummie walks around with a white cast.
And the witch's shadow creeps upon the stained window sill.
There lies a Dracula who twirls his black cape until he finds one
White-pointed fangs, sharp teeth, and darkest black hair that shines
As he larks through the night until an early morning rise of the sun,
And leeps in the dark of a creepy graveyard filled with cross-signs.
Many spooky tales of monsters and scary things and black cats
Lies a skeleton with a skull in a coffin of silky white satin sheets,
For midnight strikes the clock and Frankenstein tips his orange hat.
With halloween trickers dressed in spider-web stockings on their feet.
A spider crawls and creeps slowly onto his spiral web and nests.
Many ghosts walks through the haunted house with eerie noises too
But please beware of the long-tailed rats running as their pets.
So "Happy Halloween", trickers or treaters with a great big "Boo"!