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All Hallows Eve
October brings shivers to folks in Three Rivers
When fields of green turn to brown
And the people excited are more than delighted
By leaves that come tumbling down
Well a charmer named Fred was the farmer who...Read More
A Child Meets A Ghost
boy, evil, fear, halloween,
It is the middle of the night
My eyes open slowly
Fear strikes me in the moonlight
As I look at something unholy
It stands there staring at me
As I shake with anxiety and dread
For this ghost that I...Read More
halloween, allegory, autumn, crazy, funny,
One Halloween I dressed up as a clown
At dressing up I was renown
I went around town
With a very big frown
But the candy turned my frown upside down...Read More
grave, halloween, murder, teacher,
Draughty rafters, creaks and groans
Is it wind or Timmy Jones
Not in school nor home in bed
Did he roam or lose his head
So much time since Timmy passed
Neither first nor the last
Such reputations can’t be...Read More
allah, allusion, god, halloween,
Magick - Enforce thy will,
By the power you hold,
For good or for ill,
Be wise in your control.
Elements - Earth, Air, Fire, Water,
A pentagram in proper fashion,
Implements to open the door,
To express your mystical passion....Read More
autumn, candy, halloween, moon,
Form: Free verse
ghosts and goblins
trick or treating
for bags of candy
and toffee apples on a stick
children roam streets
as costumed fairies
looking for sweet treats
to rot their teeth
carved with care
while darkness falls
tiny tots hold parent’s hand tightly
as the...Read More
The House Near The Park
anniversary, child, grief, halloween,
Brooding, unlit and unkempt
A house that is daylight exempt
Sits three doors down from the park
Its doors and its windows are dark
Weekly a grocer arrives
Drops off a bag of supplies
The door opens not very wide
A hand...Read More
Smoke and smoke,
again and again:-
a master mind....Read More
christmas, easter, firework, halloween,
There’s Easter eggs upon the shelves
I can’t believe my eyes
The shops are floor to ceiling with
Their leftover mince pies
Why can’t we have a week or two
Before the chocolate bunnies
Share shopping carts with fluffy hearts
For all...Read More
11th grade, christmas, halloween,
A God-honored teacher, Miss Ruth Vance
His gift to our town, His circumstance.
No replacing her bulging tote bag -
It was priceless, minus the Gucci tag."
and now the rest of the story....
Teacher extraordinaire, Miss Ruth Vance
taught eighth...Read More
abuse, america, halloween,
Form: Free verse
t-rump is a bankruptcy professional....
fall guy who takes responsibility with respect....
legal complications in exchange for profits that....
preserve his style of life while others struggle.....
it is pertinent to ask if t-rumps party is bankrupt....
and he plays...Read More
Little witch, little witch, sweeps with her broom
Then chants through the night by the light of the moon
Children in costumes are out on the streets
But you won't find this witch handing out any sweets
A pebble dropped into a pool
Reveals ripples poets find cool
But when I look
Into a brook
It reveals an Halloween ghoul...Read More
fun, halloween, horror,
And then it came in the final bang. The future devastation when the last bird sang.
Eerie silence and dust filled air, toxic contamination too much to bare.
What was before, no longer known. A new species...Read More
Disney Movie Hocus Pocus
halloween, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Their eyes flashing, their laughs each their own
Three witch sisters, blonde, redhead and brunette.
They speak of devouring children, spells aptly sewn.
We recognize them from other movies, and the internet.
They try to act beastly, scary...Read More
Specific Types of Halloween Poems
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acrostic, children, creepy, cute, for kids, free verse, funny, haiku, love, rhyme, scary, spooky,
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