Halloween Poem

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Halloween Passes Us By


Published by Family Friend Poems October 2011 with permission of the Author.

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

Dressed as a witch, in a pin and a stitch,
Hoping to fly over the sky.
Inspired with fun, Halloween has begun,
But soon it will pass us on by.

The flying broom skips out of the room
Where black birds catch up on the fly.
Owls run away when sun breaks the day
Before Halloween passes us by.

Scarecrows and witches with patches on britches,
Wild corn grown hang on the husk.
Children all happy in costumes so snappy
With parties and dress ups till dusk.

Boil and bubble a pot of fun trouble.
Halloween pumpkin pie.
From out of the rubble, excitement will double
Before Halloween passes on by.


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