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Spookiness Poems - Poems about Spookiness

Spookiness Poems - Examples of all types of poems about spookiness to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for spookiness.

Premium Member gloomy old witch
...Gloomy old witch with faded light blue eyes Your eerie spookiness took me by surprise There is something disturbing in your haggard face Your age has soured you, I think you have lost your grace. ......Read the rest...
Categories: spookiness, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme



BUSINESSMAN
...BUSINESSMAN Prism of penetrative light window into unbuttoned seas, seals clarity in split seconds Long-nailed Neptune, unkempt Spectre of Merlin in his ......Read the rest...
Categories: spookiness, 12th grade, business, extended
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Can I Please Have the Old House
...The house had not had inhabitants for forty years maybe longer; people complained that it was haunted. The house was in disrepair, falling apart inside, sad and lonely From grief and heartache Fe......Read the rest...
Categories: spookiness, halloween, love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Certain Feeling About This Place
...The house had not had inhabitants for forty years maybe longer; people complained that it was haunted. The house was in disrepair, falling apart inside, sad and lonely From grief and heartache Fe......Read the rest...
Categories: spookiness, halloween,
Form: Narrative
The Dark Lampshade
...The dimness of the light Gave the room a spookiness Dimmed by a lampshade Made of tortured skin Tattooed numbers tell the untold story......Read the rest...
Categories: spookiness, death, hate, horror,
Form: Free verse



A Handy Dandy Family Thing I Did Not Know From Adam
...A handy dandy family thing, I did not know from Adam Monstrous disembodied giant hairy hand... reached out thru Macbook Pro Lenovo external screen "no way can this be real," I muttered to no o......Read the rest...
Categories: spookiness, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse
At Dusk
...Too light for night, too dark for day, Dusk is in-between, The time when those out walking Without lanterns aren't seen. Diurnal creatures settle down; Nocturnal ones awake. The sun and moon ......Read the rest...
Categories: spookiness, day, night,
Form: Rhyme
Stimulation: Deepening In My Ruins
...I'm looking at life in a negative night When I should be glancing it over with a positive light Beats me that I've not made it to the finish line Competitive compromise (working together as a team......Read the rest...
Categories: spookiness, deep, depression, desire,
Form: Free verse

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