How about some Halloween poems?

Since it's Halloween Weekend, here are some "scary" poems that I hope you will enjoy!

I've Never Seen a Werewolf

By Tracy Farr

I've never seen a werewolf
     howling at the moon at night.
I've never seen Count Dracula
     sucking blood with just one bit.
I've never seen a poltergiest
     slam doors or make things float.
I've never seen an ogre
     suck on bones until he chocked.
I've never seen the scary things
     you read about in verse.
But I saw Dad without a shirt
     and that was ten times worse!


By Tracy Farr

Frankenstein, oh Frankenstein,
Was it just luck or by design
That you did make a monster dance
And scare us so we’d pee our pants?

Beware of Goblins

By Tracy Farr

I thought I heard a Goblin in my closet Monday night.
It scratched and bumped against the door and gave me such a fright.
My mother said, "It's just a mouse. Now go to sleep. Good night."

On Tuesday I do swear I saw the doorknob turn around.
It moved about two inches and it never made a sound.
My father checked the closet, "See, there's nothing to be found."

Wednesday night my closet door creaked open really wide.
Thursday night I saw red eyes a gleaming from inside.
"You're crazy, you just dreamed it," said my sister with a sigh.

Friday night the Goblins came and dragged me out of bed.
They pulled me down a hole and tied me up, and then they said,
"On Saturday you'll be right tasty with our loaf of bread."

The moral of this story is that Goblins like to hide,
Behind the closet door, your children see them, they don't lie.
Beware of Goblins on the hunt, they will not be denied.

The Bats

By Tracy Farr

Little Jenny saw a bat
It landed on her brother's hat.
Soon she saw a hundred more,
And then her brother was no more.


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