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Scary Halloween Poem

scary halloween poem

Seeing how today is Halloween and all I thought I would post another scary Halloween poem. This is my third scary Halloween poem. The first scary Halloween open was Home Alone On Halloween. My second scary Halloween poem was Screams of Halloween and I wrote that about three years later onOctober 2012.

I just finished today’s, my latest scary Halloween poem and I’m going to share it with you now.

Witches Ghouls And Ghosts A Scary Halloween Poem

Its Halloween, sun a setting
The ghouls and demons are fretting
So much to do so little time
Lest they forget the yucky slime

Witches, their cauldrons stirring
Their evil black cats purring
Black hats and brooms just sitting
Evil spells the witches knitting

To catch unwary children ringing
With empty sweet bags swinging
Not knowing what waits behind the door
Perhaps not candy but ghastly gore

Are there vampires, fangs just dripping
Blood from victims they’re gripping
Bodies strewn across the floor
Of kids in costumes who rang before

Goblins and Ghosts I’m sure await
behind the door to deal their fate
To the unsuspecting costumes wearing
hoping for candy from their scaring

Not knowing what monsters they’ll meet
While visiting houses in their street
Where skeletons and Jack o’ Lanterns abound
Many emitting an eerie sound

Blood stained doors Mummies waiting
Costumed Children on door steps debating
Should they ring in hopes of candied loot
Or flee home taking the shorter route.

I’ve been thinking of doing another scary Halloween poem for ages now and 3 years later I’ve finally managed to come up with what I feel is my best scary Halloween poem yet. What do you guys think. How does this poem compare with the other ones.

I’ve also made another YouTube video of me reciting my latest scary Halloween poem. This time I tried not to overdo the scary voice.  :devil_tb:

I have to admit I love the FlexSqueeze theme. Being able to change the colour of the background in individual posts is a real bonus.

Don’t forget to give the video a thumbs up if you liked it.  :drunk_tb:

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  1. This is delightful! How did I miss the fact that you’re a poet?? And a practical joker – you’ve set your minimum words HIGHER than mine, and baited the hook, and got me to leave a comment.. Must I write a novel to pass muster? LOL Happy Halloween, Peter.
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    1. Twitter:
      Hey Holly, I’ve actually written quite a few poems, all published on this blog. I’ve only shared a few of them on YouTube. This is one of them. I enjoyed writing it and creating the video. I’m hoping others will enjoy them as much as I enjoyed creating them.

      Glad you liked the poem, that’s high praise coming from an accomplished author such as yourself.

      Sorry about the minimum words. :devil_tb:
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      1. Oh, don’t be sorry – no need! I just thought it was funny that it took me THREE tries to pass your gatekeeper. You know me, I never write two word “it’s great” comments, so I had to laugh.

        I’ll have to look for your other poems – I think this is the first of them I’ve seen!
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  2. Twitter:
    I love your poem and I really like the way you read it. Looking forward to more read more of your poem in the future especially that a few big holidays are coming.


    1. Twitter:
      Hey Marcin, I’m wrapped that you liked my poem. I’d love it, if you have the time, if you could head over to YouTube and give it a thumbs up. :thumbup_tb:
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    Done, Peter!. Thumbs up given! Looking forward to reading / listening to more of your poems. Keep up the good work. Christmas is just around the corner so something about X-mas will be great.

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