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Ghostly Gargoyle Hoedown

A gargoyle with an injured paw Tried to dance at Ma’s corn pone heehaw. Unfortunately he hurt his jaw. Loud crow came by, hit him with his caw. The hoedown was pretty much in full swing. When ghosts crashed it with a ting-a-ling. The gargoyle got mad. His fight he did bring. They all ended up in the pokey. One in a sling. Creepy vampires got into the entity fray. They jumped into the jail cells in middle of day. A rumble started. I had to look away. At the end of the vampires were victors with a bray. The faeries heard and brought in October’s moon. She flashed them soundly and made them swoon. She brought in black cats who spit and hissed. The rumor is that the gargoyle was soundly kissed. Even though he had an injured paw, and lost a fight. All in all, he had a pretty good Halloween night. He and the crow ended up friends all right. The entire scene was a miraculous sight.

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Date: 9/20/2020 7:27:00 AM
All your poetry is impressive, Caren, and your Halloween poetry is exceptionally witty. I'll bet you're a, "Nightmare Before Christmas" fan. :-)
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Caren Krutsinger
Date: 9/20/2020 3:04:00 PM
I truly am NOT a Nightmare before Christmas Fan. We paid for that one and walked out. I do not like to make fun of Christmas but I love Halloween!
Date: 9/19/2020 4:47:00 PM
Phantasm of fantasy, Caren. Hope the paw got repaired. You do have a vivid imagination for wonderful story poems! Thanks for sharing! Now, back to the pumpkin patch with Linus!
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Date: 9/19/2020 11:18:00 PM
Hahahaha I cannot help it. I started looking at vintage Halloween calendar photos and bam. Halloween poem are coming out of my ears.