Funny Poem for Kids

I wrote this for my sister because she loves Halloween.

Halloween

© Marlena
Halloween is very fun,
full of kids with different tongues.
We scream, we shout,
then we run all about.
We trick-or-treat,
we walk on the street.

Watching witches mixing lotions,
Making weird smelly potions.
Saying “Bubble, brew, boil, simmer
You’ll soon be my dinner.”
Dracula spreads his wings,
And flashes his teeth as bling.
His mother calls “Come back here son!”
While he ducks the sun.
Ghosts love to mourn and dread,
Even though they’re already dead.
They always drift,
And ask if you want a lift.
Athletes are so strong,
Their arms & legs are very long.
They drink their tea without honey,
And enjoy spending all their money.

Halloween is very fun,
full of kids with different tongues.
We scream, we shout,
then we run all about.
We trick-or-treat,
we walk on the street.
Then we go to sleep,
Maybe even counting sheep.

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Published: Mar 2008

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