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Ghost at the top of the Stair - Kids Halloween Poem

Updated on October 24, 2014

Beware, you're in for a scare,

There's a Ghost at the top of the stair.

There's a Witch in the Ditch across the way,

A black cat on the mat,

But I'm not afraid of any of that.

Tonight, when the darkness falls,

And in the bushes you hear a crack,

You will hear the Banshees call,

Enough to stir this mornings brack,

But I'm not afraid of any of that.

The zombies plague the western woods,

Trick or Treaters run a muck,

While you hunt for treasured goods,

Bon Fires cackle across the Loch,

But I'm not afraid of any of that.

Back again, we cross the witch,

Your eyes now light and candy in hand,

Slowly turning in her ditch,

Say good night to Halloween land,

I wasn't afraid of any of that.


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      cfin 3 years ago from The World we live in

      Thanks Alicia. I actually wrote it when I was quite young. Appealing to kids from this generation? Who knows. My daughter likes it

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      Linda Crampton 3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      This is a fun poem that depicts the atmosphere and excitement of Halloween very well. I'm sure many children will enjoy it. I do, too!