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Halloween Holiday Poems

These Halloween Holiday poems are examples of Holiday poems about Halloween. These are the best examples of Holiday Halloween poems written by international poets.

Holiday Repeat
"Holiday Repeat"

The holidays have come and gone
They came quick and didn't last for long,
The holidays come and go to fast
They never ever seem to last,

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Categories: holiday,

Premium Member Spellbound
Dark orange skies
Fading into black night,
A crescent moon rise
Glowing ghostly white 

Skimming overhead 
With trick or treaters below,
I watch them tread
Before up I go ...


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Categories: appreciation, flying, halloween, holiday,

Premium Member Weird Wood
Some people don’t hike through the wood,
especially on All Hallows Eve.
Ghosts of boys and girls of good
float at the campfire, if you believe.

Elves and pixies...

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Categories: holiday, celebration, childhood, children, fun,

Premium Member The Masks We Wear
I'm okay, 
you're okay is a mask in the land of pretend.
Children say what they feel,
their honestly can bubble over.
Little ones have not learned words...

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Categories: holiday, butterfly, children, halloween, hurt,

The Costume
My costume was airy and light
Even my colors were bright
Then I suddenly changed
Turn completely deranged
And ate the trick-or-treaters with delight...

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© Daisy Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: halloween, holiday,

Premium Member Hallows Eve
Havoc is when all hell is loose,
This night belongs to all of you...
To the pumpkins slashed into lanterns
“Stingy Jack” his trusty O’ hand returns.


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© I Am Anaya  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: halloween, holiday,

Year-Round Love
January…new year, new me.
Met you and now I’m happy. 
We watched the ball drop and kissed at midnight.

My February Valentine
hearts and flowers because you’re mine

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Categories: holiday, christmas, easter, halloween, independence

Premium Member Post Halloween
A unicorn's horn,
tattered and torn,
a half eaten Hershey's,
2 crushed candy corn.
The tiniest bat wing,
mummy's white sling,
skeleton's femur,
spider web string.
Witch’s silk hat,
yawn from the cat,
shriveling pumpkin,

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Categories: holiday, 5th grade, candy, children,

Premium Member The Forgotten Holiday
Stores were decorated lavishly for Halloween
A precursor to the extravagant Christmas décor
Seems like Thanksgiving slips silently in between
Almost like it’s not a holiday anymore.

A precursor...

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Categories: holiday, november, thanksgiving, thanksgiving

Premium Member A Happy All Hallow's Eve
Goodbye sun, hello moon, it is time
All Hallow's Evening has now arrived,
Pumpkins lit until dawn, wink sublime
Lest all flame, wax and wick be deprived

Sheeted ghosts...

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Categories: holiday, candy, eve, fun, halloween,

Premium Member Halloween Haikus
In the shifting air
the sweet scent of candy corn
candle wax burning

All doors are open
an ancient mystery lives
I bask in its glow...

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© Carol Mays  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: autumn, candy, halloween, holiday,

Premium Member Halloween Table
Colorful cookies, black devil’s food cake,
hot apple cider and cool caramel crunchies.
Carrot straws and more goodies to bake,
a yummy table set with Halloween munchies.

Bring out...

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Categories: holiday, celebration, drink, food, fun,

The Teens
Some teens went trick-or-treating for fun
Not thinking they would have to run
Night creatures attacked
Turning them into smacked
They were toppings on a giant honeybun...

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© Daisy Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: holiday, halloween,

Halloween Horror Restaurant
A couple walks into a restaurant 
To eat a special Halloween dinner
At least that's what the sign out front said
A cage comes down behind them

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© Daisy Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: halloween, holiday,

Halloween Lips
Halloween lips are pumpkin's rain
for kissing pulp on smacking brain
And holding love for passion named
in pumpkins born in farmer's lane

When all for one
are fields of...

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Categories: halloween, holiday,