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On Halloween - Monotetra

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On Halloween - Monotetra

On Halloween the children play,
Dressed in fun costumes they sashay,
Through neighborhoods at dusk of day,
They make their way, they make their way.

Pirates and faeries, witches too,
Zombies and cats meet Scooby-Doo,
Darth Vader, Yoda, ghosts that boo,
Displayed for you, displayed for you.

"Trick or Treat," all the children cry,
Their eyes so bright, excitement high.
When bowls of candy they do spy,
They are not shy, they are not shy.

And when their sacks are full of treats,
Their parents lead them off the streets.
At home they're tucked beneath their sheets.
Next year repeats, next year repeats.

10/4/13
For SKAT's Halloween contest.

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  1. Date: 11/10/2013 1:05:00 AM

    Congrats on the win, kim

  1. Date: 11/9/2013 6:49:00 PM

    this was adorable, Kim. I really liked it and the way you did the repeating lines. I think there is a name for that kind of form. It was one of my favorites I read on this winners list.

  1. Date: 11/9/2013 5:18:00 PM

    Kim, Congratulations on your awesome Halloween win. Love ~ SKAT~

  1. Date: 10/21/2013 1:48:00 PM

    Kim, this is such a fabulous write luv. This should not be a problem being on the winner's list. Nice to see you back. Love, Gail

  1. Date: 10/21/2013 12:56:00 PM

    - Yes, a happy evening for the kids ..... lots of candy :) - are allowed to scaring .... - A fun poem for Halloween, Kim. - Good luck in the contest. - oxox // Anne-Lise :)

  1. Date: 10/21/2013 12:51:00 PM

    Very good and descriptive poem