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Halloween

© more by Fiona Halliday

Published by Family Friend Poems November 1, 2022

Halloween is spooky,
Halloween is fun,
Zombies have such pointy teeth,
Ghouls and ghosts have none.

Halloween plays lots of tricks,
Rag dolls lose their stitches,
Unravelling like ancient mummies,
Chased by cackling witches.

Halloween makes eerie noises,
Shrieks and screams abound,
Can you hear the loud footsteps,
Of those no longer around?

Halloween feels scary,
But Halloween is not,
Taste the sweets and tasty treats
From a pumpkin pot.

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ABOUT THE POET:

Fiona Halliday has loved poetry all her life. She has written many poems over the years. Fiona is a primary school teacher and loves writing for children. When she is not reading or writing poetry, she spends time with her family and plays the flute. She writes for pleasure, fun and education!

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