Halloween Is The Scene: A Poem

October 31, 2016 at 3:32 pm (Children's Story, Fantasy, Folklore, Ghost Story, Poetry) (, , )

Halloween Is The Scene: A Poem

Halloween is the scene
pumpkins orange, Martians green
from headless horseman to flying witch
to skull and crossbones lying in the ditch
It’s a very macabre night
designed to give one lots of fright
ghosts and goblins and ghouls galore
Candies and apples handed out at the door
In the graveyard, not a soul can be found
only the spectre of a giant hound
Sherlock Holmes is now on the scene
and Moriarty is turning green
he’s eaten too much candy trick or treating
and now he’s purging his insides, his heart still beating
Count Dracula stands and laughs
while Frankie and Wolfman are taking baths
Happy Halloween and to all a good night
your horror movie bill is quite the fright!

-A Halloween poem
written by Christopher
Monday October 17th


  1. shєrríє dє vαlєríα said,

    On Halloween, I was extremely sad, rather than being happy. The only time I was happy when I send off the Kids out of the house to do their trick & treats. I was alone with my nearly 3 years old Amando and he was very happy to be in a candle/lantern decorated house. We did not use the electric lamps at all – except those on the front porch and at the back garden.

    I guessed, it was the beautiful illuminated candle lights and lanterns that made it the more emotional for me, but it gave the house a very peaceful Feeling to it. I really love it. I think, the next time I try this at home from time to time as well – just like in the old times.

    Love your Halloween Poem here. Poor Holmes & Moriarty! LOL

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thanks, Sherrie. 🙂

      Yes, I bet little Amando would really be intrigued by all those candle lit pumpkins.

      Yes, poor Holmes and Moriarty. LOL !

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