Personification Halloween Poems
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Week after week I can hear the laughter
echoing throughout the old tilled field
I can feel the patter of feet along with the dust
rubbing upon my toughened orange skin
The rains have come and my bed has become muddy
the laughs are getting softer as each day passes
I can see others carried away
but why not me
I may not be as big as my brothers or sisters
but I am perfect
not a blemish upon me
but here I sit
almost all alone left to rot.
Off in the distance I hear a little voice
"Mommy all these pumpkins are too heavy "
"No mommy that one is ugly"
I hear her getting closer
pick me. please please pick me
Then I see her....the most beautiful sight I have ever seen
Her big caramel eyes, staring right at me.
She swoops down and cradles me in her arms.
"Look mommy I found one"
"no it's not too small"
" It is just right"
My heart smiles as I sit overlooking her.
Here on this fairy princess night stand.
*A Halloween repost
Copyright © Tim Smith | Year Posted 2016
my princess slipped
face down into a
stars fell down
from a crown
my heart narrowed
nights of dark
a mind harrowed
in false realms
sands of the infinite
and my shell
© Kim van Breda
Copyright © Kim van Breda | Year Posted 2015
On such a dreary and dismal night;
no moon in the sky to give them light.
The black cat and the raven, out for a stroll
through the neighborhood to take in the sight,
saw a bloodstained image that chilled to the soul.
In the distance was heard a piteous scream;
like a scream only heard in a hideous dream.
The cat to the raven, “What do you make of this;
are these sights and sounds really as they seem?
Are we walking through hell, or is something amiss?”
The raven did say, “My friend cat you’re not so versed;
neither is this a dream, nor are we cursed.
On the threshold of November, a conception is seen;
the date today is October thirty-first,
the eve of All Saints, known as Halloween.”
September 25, 2017
Rhyme Time with 5
Host: Laura Loo
Copyright © John Gondolf | Year Posted 2017