Halloween is the night that brings
Such spooky eerie kinds of things . . .
As witches flying through the air
And howling goblins everywhere.
Candle-lit pumpkins grinning with glee,
Blinking their eyes, mysteriously.
A gold moon shining weirdly down
On skeletons dancing through the town.
Ragged hobos tramping about
Filling their sacks with handouts no doubt.
Whistling winds blowing through the trees,
A sudden chill appears in the breeze.
Jet-black cats flashing eyes of green,
Screeching owls acting restless and mean.
Dark shadows creeping in the night
Giving scarecrows a bit of a fright.
Haunting ghosts are everywhere, too,
Tapping on windows, then shouting, “Boo!”
But no matter how scary the scene,
The fact is . . . children love Halloween!