Halloween Acrostic Poems
These Halloween Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Halloween. These are the best examples of Acrostic Halloween poems written by international poets.
10th grade, 11th grade,
Howling and hooting sets the tone for tonight
Alabaster skin shows a child is full of fright
Lover’s lane is as creepy as artery’s spackle.
Laughter distorted as...
Horror movies, popcorn, and
apples with caramel;
Lights fog from a Jack o’ Lantern,
Let the wheel turn again;
October, the thinnest veil,
Witches soar across the Moon;
Halloween moon shines bright
Along the dark streets at night
Little kids dressed as ghosts and goblins
Light up dark walkways and paths
Owls and black cats eerily decorate
Bees short lived boo boo
animal, fun, insect, nature,
B rewing her potions one Halloween eve, Witch Hazel
R eceived a sting from a bee;
E liciting the response of a flyswatter smack.
V ulnerable bee, he...
(H)appy jack-o’-lanterns are smiling
(A)pples are coated with caramel
(L)ively kids are in costumes eating candy
(L)aughter can be heard in the streets
(O)pen doors bring tricks or treats
3rd grade, 4th grade,
Howling and wailing into the night
A scary mask-fest causing some fright.
Lifts to neighborhoods not even in sight,
Loot gathered, yet, we dare not take a bite.
Beneath the sky there are trees ablaze
Each with flaming leaves of red and gold
Autumn's fire dances in the wind
THE GRIM REAPER
dark, halloween, scary,
The Grim Reaper calls; I invite him in with a smile
Halloween night, everyone’s wearing creepy costumes
Eerie figures are dancing round my bubbling cauldron
HALLOWEEN MOON - acrostic
fantasy, halloween, night,
Half-breed Hades and his helter-skelter handmaiden
Abysmally arrogant abase audaciously
Larcenous liaison of Lucifer’s love children
Lashing lepers in a legendary labyrinth
Ostracizing and obliterating others
autumn, halloween, holiday,
Halloween parties to attend
Apples waiting to be bobbed
Party guests delight in the Halloween themed games
Pumpkins are grinning their spooky grins
You better watch out for scary...
allusion, funny, halloween, hilarious,
High festive confusion among real monsters
Around that wonderful time of the year, for:
Lay men mistook Dracula for Edward Cullen,
Lost Big Foot, they called "Chewy"
halloween, , cute,
Horrible monster roaming the streets . . .
Abhorrent beastly creatures deplorable
Little kids in cute costumes holding daddy's hand
Laughing children running here and there
Hags with snaggled teeth and black hats of cone
Amidst the moldy graves that mark death's zone
Laugh a cackle that chills one to the bone.
christian, halloween, holiday,
Honored and hallowed be the name of God on this night also
And may the life and safety of children everywhere be realized
Laughter and fun, joy...