Halloween Poem

Poem about a typical Halloween. A Shakespearian Sonnet about none other than Halloween.

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Halloween Sonnet

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Published: December 2014

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.

Every fun boy and girl shall don the mask,
and with happiness, shall knock on the door.
They all know what question they are to ask
Trick or Treat? I want candy! Give me more!

Up in the sky, with the orange moon so full,
A witch is joined by her fuzzy black cats.
A scarecrow is leaning against a pole.
The silence is broken by shrieking bats.

Halloween is not always full of fright,
for anyone can be a kid that night.

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