Oh My Word
Just my words having some fun. Curtains drawn I'm out on the run. Happy Halloween all my Hub Pages buddies.
Happy Halloween Tricksters
Freaky Monday, Halloween Eve,
fright night dances, in costumes, green
Trick or treat, turn up the heat
Candy apples, oh so sweet.
Count Dracula, the sexiest of men
Bite on my neck, catch me if you can
Frankenstein misses a wife,
someone should tell him, its trouble and strife.
The Adam’s family, turn up their toes
crispy toasted fingers, grilled buttons of nose
The werewolf howls, at the moon in the sky
standing on cliff tops, ever so high.
The walking dead have freedom to roam,
don’t walk in the park, go quickly home.
The ghost of Miss Molly, was in such a folly
her head from under her arm, so jolly
But deep in the night the vampires bite
Bat-ing their wings against the light.
The devil, he has an insatiable appetite
and will be looking for his virgin tonight.
Witches soaring so high on a broom
will be on the razzle, looking for gloom.
Now pumpkin head, it was love at first sight
he is orange and glows in the night
The mummy was warned to say in his casket
The insane at Bedlam, know not how to ask it
I don’t want to be rude, but I have to go
Uncle Fester is taking me slow
Look after yourself on fright night
be warned and beware of getting a fright
For once Halloween has been and gone
All Hallows day follows and we can have fun.
Happy Halloween everyone.
© Annette Donaldson 2011
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