All Hallows Night

by Judy E Martin

As darkness descends upon us

And the moon casts an eerie glow

On the last day of October

It is All Hallows Eve, you know

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Where souls of those once departed

Come back once more to roam

Visiting their old haunts

Finding their way back home

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Some of them are banshees

Screaming in the night

Or ugly, warty witches

That look an awful fright

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Vampires who are looking

For someone’s blood to suck

Zombies from the graveyard

Decayed, and covered in muck.

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There are ghosts and there are werewolves

All of which you’ll meet

When you answer your front door bell

And the kids yell β€˜Trick or Treat!’

 

 

9 Comments to “All Hallows Night”

  1. Excellent!!

  2. I loved the zombies covered in muck part. Just made me laugh. Brains! I need brains!

  3. Very clever and in rhyme.

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