Christmas Halloween Poems | Christmas Poems About Halloween

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Details | Dramatic Verse |

Family Grief Family Happiness

   Have you ever written anything without sub combing to tears ?
    My Family portrait in my mind , 2 older sisters , 2 brothers
        My Mother caring about all five in different ways
      Just with Mom & Dad there having the best of Holidays 
     My sisters laying out on the deck of river bank for 4th of July ~
      Listening to " Honkey Chateau " and all by Elton John. 
       music  a great memory ~Disco , Donna summer , Grease ~ Jaws !

     Dad's records to Tony Bennett , Hank W Sr. , Count Basie & Louis Armstrong.
          The music  takes me home in a wagon filled with children and a dog "Lucky "    
      My Older brother , athletic , always fishing & hunting.
                 My younger , my Rock , Swimming and netting for fish,
        feeding our Fat cat Perch off the rocks patiently awaits her food               
       the yelling , slamming of doors ,  tempers Flare , passion 
         Our Parents , passionate love yet passionate Hate .
        After being a Family of Seven , Divorcing their fate ..
         Why did that show " Dallas " bring out the Divorce in all ?

       Scottish ~ Irish ~ French Iroquois ~ Cherokee  
                 No matter what the mix ..Our curse Alcohol ~
          the  Screaming , Drinking , this memory I wish to shut the door on .  
        Going to A & W or making Cheerleading ,The Bears of course~
             Excited in Chicago !  seeing Elton John in the Summer of 1976 ~
        Cubs ,  museum of Wax , Museum of science & History , Pizza !
       Expeditions of discovery ,little brother & I finding arrowheads on the Shore.
             Our Grandparents Faithful Celebrations ! Chiffon cake , Apple strudel `  
        Our Cousins on Holidays , going for ice cream cones , 
          scent of wet rain on oak leaves ~Before Halloween was bought in stores.
           ~ That is the Family I Love ,
                     that is the Family I choose to miss ~    

Copyright © Shanity Rain | Year Posted 2013

Details | Free verse |



Did you know that Santa always had a secret desire,
To explore and experience the holiday known as Halloween!
This jolly spirit whom brought the world of mankind such joy,
And wonder on the Twenty-five of every December, had a 
Mischievous side, a childlike curiosity about this 
Spookiest of Haunted holidays!
So when Mrs. Clause went to take care of her allying
Sister just before this mystical season, Old Chris Kringle,
Made up his mind to go forth unto the world of men
And see what this spooky hullabaloo was all about!
A magical being himself, he thought it best to appear
In a childlike form, dressed up of course as an elvish imp,
After all this whole experience was brand new to him,
He knew not if this costume, would help him to fit in,
Or not, but the excitement over rode judgement's
So Santa grabbed an old pillow case, put a sign
On his bedroom door, do not disturb getting some
Extra zzzz, while Mrs. Clause is gone on family business,
So in this way those nosie elves would not get curious!
Than sneaking out the back door, he loaded up a tiny sleigh,'
To one alone reign deer, and road off into the darkness
Ready to investigate this holiday known as Halloween!
The full moon above seemed to light up the dreary shadows
Below, as Santa landed in the village of sleepy Hallow,
A party was going on in a large manor house, what better
A place to begin Chris Kringle thought to himself!
All within were dressed in variations of costumes,
Laughing and singing, bobbing for apples and feasting,
What festive scene to behold Santa Clause decided!
Dark and devilish decorations, were hung from high to
Low, pumpkins all lit up with grinning smiles all carved
Out hallow glowed in a sinister fashion!
It Kinda of creeped the elderly gentlemen out to be
Honest, but he was going to investigate this dark
Legendary season no matter what, outside little
People came knocking at the door, dressed as vampires,
Werewolves, witches and more, forgetting he himself
Had changed his personal form, a large lady spoke
Excuse me little master, shouldn’t be outside with the
Others, whoops Santa said your right, and he joined 
With the others!
Every house on the lane, was all lit up aglow, with
Pumpkins, and dark macomb designs, grave stones
Marked RSVP, or black cat motifs what does this
All mean he thought, wired to say in the least!
He’d almost made up his mind to return home,
As fast as he could, when he heard the voices of
Children ring out, trick or treat and candy of all
Types poured outwards to these eager monstrous
Tike's, now I understand free goodies at any age
Is a wondrous thing? 
At this point old Saint Nick was hooked, as the
Years of sneaking out to partake in this ghoulish
Holiday past, he learned that other things were 
Involved in this spookiest of holidays, but the spoils
Of this sweet toothed holiday could not be denied, and the
Happiness of children’s faces hiding beneath their sticky masks, made
It all worth it to Chris Kringle, this jolly fellow from up north.
 What a Halloween jingle for old Santa Clause to speak,
Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good
To eat, but it is after all Halloween is it not, HO, HO, HO
Munching on his goodies treats, laughing all the way!




Copyright © cherl dunn | Year Posted 2015

Details | Lyric |

Four Seasons

Don't sit inside and wear a frown,
go outside see what is found.
Gaurenteed you won't be bored,
the four seasons will be adored.
Winter for Christmas, Spring brings flowers,
all that grows loves warm showers.
Summer we swim and get lean,
fall brings a Boo on Halloween.
No matter what time of the year,
the four seasons are enjoying and dear.
So Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall,
these great seasons complete all.

Copyright © Diane Pennestri | Year Posted 2016

Details | Light Poetry |



Tis October now and I
say; Trick or Treat?
And all that walking - 
I'm now dead on my

I go in the shops - and
see signs of Christmas - 
Someone please tell
me - it's too early for
St Nicholas?

Halloween is approaching,
that I do know - 
Horrible goblins and
demons a-glow!

Bonfire night is all yet to
come - 
When all around us - the
air is so numb.

It never should be like
this you know,
Both Christmas and 
Halloween - together
in tow!

What has happened - 
to all our seasons?
When we have both
Christmas together with
witches and demons?

I'm not a lover of this,
fake festive time - 
It did used to be fun - 
it was so sublime.

Maybe and angel will
change my views;
'But until that does
happen - It doesn't

Money and greed - is
what Christmas is,
The birth of Christ - is
it a mystery, I guess?!

Too commercial - as
every day life,
And all this festivity - 
causes too much strife.

May the ghost be with
you every day - 
Even when you're 
unhappy - and when
you pray?

October is here - I now
shed a tear - 
For Christmas time,
now - I just may shed 
my fear.


Copyright © Darryl Ashton | Year Posted 2014

Details | Rhyme |

Canned Christmas Music

The music at Wal Mart drives me insane
Even employees, are known to complain
It seems very wrong
To play Christmas songs
At Halloween time!  Now, who is to blame?

They take "Silent Night", and they turn it to noise
They run over Granny with a sleigh filled with toys
The beautiful sound
Of the season is ground
Into our brain, until good will is destroyed!

Why can't they save carols only for Christmas?
Do they think sooner will drum up their business?
I wonder what goons 
Thought beloved bunny tunes
Should welcome our Easter, before Valentine kisses?

The whole world is rushing the holiday seasons
We seem to forget the meaning or reasons
We celebrate one before another is done
Please Mr. Wal music to please us!

Copyright © Carrie Richards | Year Posted 2010

Details | I do not know? |


You used to laugh every time Charlie Brown fell for lucys same old trick you never said it but your brain smiled and told you what lucy would say next .football head .
You came to work with goggles a cape and slippers on your boss thought it a bit odd and said heros dont live here go home. You moped down the walk then  snoopy and Woodstock  appeared on your shoulder and you understood there language and what they wanted to take you for a ride.and they took you past the sky.
You cheered for linus in all his precious moments the day he became friends with a girl with cancer and even faithfully defend her from mean little chicks.the days he carried that blanket around like it was his soul and caused every little kid in the world to follow the leader and if mom stopped to wash it they all had a fit and the days of the great  pumpkin  were you told your mom to never plant a pumpkin in your backyard after watching it but secretly were saving seeds.
Your childhood you grew and your last Christmas as a child you still watched the peanut christmas special wether they were dirty or playing the piano or just a brave dog kissing lucy they were all there at Christmas giving you something to hold onto.

Copyright © tifarrah miller | Year Posted 2015

Details | Free verse |

From Halloween To Christmas In A Minute

Twenty days plus one hour is what it takes
The October country requires no less
Halloween land is treacherous with black glass sharp
Slime covered dark rocks that cut
Green rain is acid, leaves everything deformed
Not far beyond this realm is snow and ice
Pure thoughts evolve there on the spot
Some call it the Arctic circle
When we see red and white spun on the pole
Going retrograde may not seem normal to the mind
It is imagination that defines the magnetic vortex turn
Christmas comes in a minute right on time
Sparks the  Aurora Borealis
Packaged, warped, wrapped warm inside


Copyright © Earl Schumacker | Year Posted 2016

Details | Free verse |

The Finter Holidays

There is no greater pleasure than the mixture of fall and winter


We start with Halloween

The pumpkins, the sweets, the treats

Black and orange set the tone

The chill is just starting to hit your spine

You can smell it in the air

Feeling on edge

Waiting for the scare

BAM!  It comes, it goes

The temperature drops

The turkeys better run

You better buy your elastic pants

And make room in your house for the whole family


The fire, the gathering, the attire

The smell of pumpkin floods your nostrils

You gain an internal warmth

Let us say a prayer for this meal

Look outside, winter is now here

The transition from fall has been made

Pull out the scarves and hats

And set out your Christmas mats

The fat man is coming to town

Put away your frown

This is a jolly season

Decorate the houses, prepare the tree, sip your cocoa

Mistletoe is in the air

And the sound of wrapping paper is in your ear

We're getting close

You better turn in your list or you're toast

Christmas eve

Sleep early, listen for the jingle bells

Christmas morning, looks like Santa stopped by

Welcome to winter

Say goodbye to Finter

Copyright © Alex Riker | Year Posted 2013

Details | Quatrain |

Goodbye Halloween

Goodbye Halloween it's Christmas time to tout.
We'll all be getting presents then.
We won't go door to door or dress up anymore.
Here Santa comes at Christmas when...

Midnight strokes of Christmas Eve.
Our stockings by the fire.
Wax candles on the mantelpiece,
spaced opposite to spire.

A Christmas Tree that's flickering
inside the corner full.
The star on top the treetop twig
as holy as it's pull.

A wrap in rust upon the couch
where mama hopes to sit.
Two tables at the sides that show
two lamps of oil lit.

One wooden reindeer on the floor
connected to a sleigh.
It's walnut wood to warm the heart
the Christmas spirits way.

A dim lit room to share the night.
A Christmas scene of lore.
The spirit of old Santa Claus
come Christmas time once more.

A clicking of the rooftop tar.
Eight reindeer or I'm told.
All harnessed to the fattest man
as jolly as is old.

His entrance fanning chimney air.
The fireplace leaping out.
His joyous laughter roaring on
spontaneous to his shout.

He quickly stuffs the stockings snug
and places all the gifts.
Then raises up his one small finger
from which his being lifts.

Once more inside his sleigh above;
a snap to crack the whip.
He nods aside the reindeer heads
and off they go a-rip.

The little sleigh going dangling on.
It sliding through the sky.
The far horizon beckoning him
as Santa waves on bye.

Copyright © Trevor McLeod | Year Posted 2016

Details | Rhyme |


When I Was but a Child
And Bedtime Stories Were Told
I'd Go to Sleep and Dream
Covered up Against the Cold

I Remember Fairy Tales
And Christmas Time Was Nice
When Everything Had a Blanket of Snow
And Dripping Water Turned to Ice

But the Stories I Remember Best
And like to Hear about
Were the Ghosts and Witches on Halloween
And How to Keep the Goblins out

Well, the Goblins Never Got Me
Not until I Was Grown
I'd Have Felt Much Safer as a Child
Had this Fact by Me Been Known

I Never Knew What Goblins Were
Except That They Would Get Me
But Now I'm Grown I Know
They're Big and Dark and Ugly

Lies and Broken Promises
Are What Feeds Them Everyday
They Steal in and Break Your Heart
Before They'll Go Away

So If You're Just a Child
You've Nothing to Worry about
It's When You Get All Grown up
The Goblins Will Get You....
If You Don't Watch out

Connie Moore


Copyright © Connie Moore | Year Posted 2013

Details | I do not know? |

November 23, 2015

Christmas b4 Thanksgiving
The madness goes on
Seems like the lyrics
To a bad song

Halloween comes earlier
The pranks are cheesier
Thanksgiving's next
The turkey's not the best

Then finally when
U have grown overweight
Your teeth fall out
From your Halloween date

Last comes Christmas
It seems to be the best
There's gifts and there's food
To help lift your mood

The New Years rolls around
Everyone's drunk in the town
They act like a clown
'Til the next day rolls around

Copyright © Jennifer Gibson | Year Posted 2015

Details | I do not know? |


Pumpkin patches and candied apples at the corn maze in the city, a little boy dressed as a vampire and my daughter a princess so pretty- Haunted houses and ghosts and goblins out for a night of fright, HALLOWEEN has come again on this harvest moon filled night. Then arrives the day of giving thanks for family to share. Memories of grandma’s homemade pumpkin pie unravel in my mind and I am taken back to when I was just a child. Sitting around the dinner table set for twenty; saying a prayer of gratitude for all of the good health and happiness we have been given. Grandpapa held my hand as I listened to him speak of family and his love for the Lord. Those were the days. It wasn’t until I got older that I realized how special those THANKSGIVING dinners were to me. This year we will sit at a table for eighteen as grandma and grandpapa are resting peacefully above. Even though they will not be with us, I still hold onto all the wonderful memories I had growing up.
day of giving thanks loved ones gone, not forgotten grateful to be loved
Christmas Eve we celebrate the coming of Jesus Christ’s birth, a night walking through the live nativity at our Church downtown- It’s the time of year when we should be filled with joy and self-worth, I hear the melodies of Silent Night; the choir is definitely renown. I embrace the night of angels flying and in its magic, I drown, then CHRISTMAS Day arrives and it seems I know no stranger- for on this day born Jesus Christ, a baby resting in a manger. Cornucopia Contest October 24, 2017

Copyright © Laura Loo | Year Posted 2017

Details | Rhyme |

Christmas Before Halloween

If you want Christmas before Halloween, just go to the stores.
In Walmart you will find Christmas trees by the scores.
Why do we need Christmas in the Fall?
In October it is already Christmas at the mall!

By Christmas time we are all burned out,
Seeing decorations months in advance at the checkout.
I wish they would wait at least until November.
But it is the almighty dollar the retailers remember.

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Copyright © Brenda McGrath | Year Posted 2017

Details | I do not know? |


 A cornucopia of sweets 
 For those who trick or treat
 An abundance of ghouls out there
 To give us all a scare

 Thanksgiving gives us feasts aplenty
 With delicious ham and turkey

 Christmas gifts abound
  beneath the Christmas tree
  Santa comes to town!

Copyright © Joseph May | Year Posted 2017