Ghosties and Goblins

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  • Halloween
    • patricialouise
    • resolving to spend more time writing as less time playing games.

    Poem Commentary

    I so love Halloween and giving out candy.

    Ghosties and Goblins

    Ghosties and Goblins walk the street
    Witches are seen in flight.
    Jack-O-Lanterns light the way
    on Halloween night.

    Paint your face, freak your hair,
    put on scary cloths.
    Who we are or where we're from,
    no body knows.

    Ghosties and Goblins walk the street
    with demons, and devils, and hags,
    Moving slowly from house to house
    filling their candy bags.

    We'll knock on the neighbors door
    He will tremble, She'll retreat,
    as Ghosties and Goblins
    cry "TRICK OR TREAT".

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    Hampton commented on Ghosties and Goblins

    10-19-2009

    Very nice description of Halloween night and the creatures that roam the night.

    To have great poets there must be great audiences too.

    Walt Whitman, American Poet (1819-1892)

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