Halloween Poems For Kids
Published: October 2020
Halloween is a fun holiday for children. They get to dress up and pretend to be their favorite characters while filling their buckets with sweet treats. These poems have a fun, child-like element to celebrate Halloween.
23 Fun Halloween Poems For Kids
My next door neighbor is a witch,
And she lives way down in a ditch.
Her clothing is a little strange,
Because she never wants to change.Featured Shared Story
I REALLY GOT SCARED OMG but YES this poem is really so so so funny.
It's very spooky on Halloween night.
The ghosts and goblins will give you a fright.
Watch your back, do not be blind.Featured Shared Story
It's really great! I was looking for poems for my daughter and this is amazing! It's wonderful!
Creeping, crawling creatures scurry in the night,
Rats and bats and spiders, nibble, out of sight,
Don’t look too carefully,
You’ll get a nasty fright!
On one mystic, magic night,
Jack O Lanterns glowing bright,
kids with bags of candy sweet,
roam door to door and street to street,
In the fairy town of Dragonfly Cove, the air is filled with anticipation
For tonight is the town's biggest event, its Halloween celebration
The fairies are up with the first rays of the sun
We bought a lot of candy bars.
We thought it would be neat
to have a ton for all the kids
who came to trick-or-treat.
A vampire bit my neck last night.
And, though it sounds insane,
some zombies chased me down the street
and tried to eat my brain.
Jack comes every year to visit me,
And his grin just makes me smile.
Nearly toothless, he doesn't care.
He happily laughs all the while.
When leaves start turning orange and golden-brown,
Kids start to dress in costumes so dandy.
For one day a year, all throughout the town
It's time for kids to amass some candy.
Hobgoblins and spellbinders,
Angels in rags,
Liar or truthteller,
Lacewitch or hag.
The chilly nights begin tonight.
The haunted houses bring the fright.
The warm bonfires have the flames.
See the leaves rustle through the window frames.
Each nose is twitching, excitement is itching.
Bats in our belfry are shy.
The hour of witching is rather bewitching
Halloween will soon pass us by
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