Friday, 23 October 2015
Halloween Poetry Part One . . . . . .
Yes it is not long until Halloween and so I feel it is time to write some Halloween Poetry, which the ordinary chap in the street such as myself can relate too, and go AH YES that makes the point very well indeed that is exactly what I was thinking. Anyway here is my first proper Halloween Poem of 2015 and I can say with some certainty it is exactly what I was thinking which must be a good sign.
Halloween and there is a gentle knocking on my door
Small children in black bin liners I spy there
So I might give them a small surprise
And leap at them dressed
As a Vampire Grizzly Bear
And steal their sweets and growl at them.
And maybe howl loudly at the moon
I suspect they might then all runaway
With no plans to come back soon
Then I might scratch at my neighbour’s windows
Snarl and show my pointy teeth
And chase his cat up a tree
As he watches in puzzlement and fearful disbelief
And if he calls the police (as he did last year) I’ll then chase them too
And shout Trick or Treat or maybe even threaten demonic death . . . . .
But then I guess they will in the end finally catch me
Once I totally run out of Breath
And take me off to jail . . . (Again)
And give me chocolate coins and some ice cold BEER
Letting me out the following morning
With a caution and warning me
Not to do it again
But I will
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