Thursday, October 31, 2013


When autumn skies get spooky
and a misty moon hangs low,
When candy corn's in season
and October breezes blow,
When witches fill their cauldrons
with their favorite bubbling brew,
And monsters moan and mummies groan
and ghosts are boasting "boo!"
When skeletons and scary things
send shivers down your spine,
And pumpkins grin and spiders spin
a wicked web design,
When tiny Trick-or-Treaters
come knocking at our door,
You'd best beware, for here and there
it's Halloween once more!
Happy Halloween!!


Kelly said...

thank you for an entertaining poem. Having no children and living in rural texas we dont get any "trick or Treats" -

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