Halloween Poems For Kids - Page 2

  1. 21. Halloween

    • By Katie Robinson
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems June 2011

    Just a haiku that I had to write in English class. I thought was pretty good.

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    Costumes everywhere!
    Shrieks of laughter fill the air.
    Happy Halloween!

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  2. 22. Mermaid (Ramification)

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    I bought a mermaid costume.
    Somehow I lost the scales.
    Wore it Halloween night
    And looked just like a whale.

    Thought I'd dress as Dracula,
    On my face a little blood.
    Tripped on a cape that's too long
    And now my name is mud.

    White curly locks like Bo Peep,
    A staff there in my hand.
    All the old men gave me Snicker
    As down the street I ran.

    Dressed as Richard Simons
    Right down to the shorts.
    All I got was fruit
    And exercise of course.

    Dressed up like the king,
    And you thought Elvis dead.
    Of course I couldn't sing.
    Just shook my booty instead.

    Dressed up as a turkey
    Last Thanksgiving Day.
    Missed Halloween completely.
    What else can I say?

    So have a happy trick-or-treat.
    Use your imagination,
    But when it comes to costumes,
    I'm thinking ramification.

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  4. 23. Candy Andy

    Candy Andy enjoys candy so much that he tries to find any way to get it.

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    Hello, my name is Andy.
    I’m a fan of eating candy.
    It’s delicious and it’s dandy,
    and my favorite thing to eat.

    When I want some sweets for eating,
    I’ll be at your door repeating
    that fantastic, famous greeting…
    I’ll be shouting, “Trick or treat!”

    I’ll be dressed up like a mummy,
    out in search of something yummy,
    like a chocolate bar or gummi.
    I’ll be marching door-to-door.

    And, as long as you have dishes
    full of candy so delicious
    it can satisfy my wishes,
    I’ll keep coming back for more.

    You might think I’m being sneaky,
    or perhaps a little cheeky,
    and some people say it’s freaky,
    and they often ask me why…

    And they tell me that it’s cheating
    to be on their doorstep beating
    on the front door, trick-or-treating,
    in the middle of July.

    “Candy Andy” copyright © 2021 Kenn Nesbitt. All Rights Reserved. Reprinted by permission of the author. www.poetry4kids.com

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