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Cyclical Halloween

Happy children with masks parade house to house, Sneaking and creeping in way of a mouse. Wearing cheesy cat ears; one a rhinestone crown. There goes a princess in a glowing evening gown. Superhero with invisibility cloak, power of flying. Hershey bars next door? You’d better not be lying! Blurry harvest moon shines with her best light. Why does it always rain so hard on Halloween night? Left on many porches are big plastic bowls of candy. Here comes a cowboy; his red pistols are dandy! There goes a dad, camouflaging his can of beer. Halloween fun comes back like clockwork year after year.

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