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Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: halloween, humorous,


I hear the doorbell ring and I rush to answer it The heavy wooden door creaks and squeaks and groans My face is a ghostly white, you can only just see my eyes and mouth The children scream loudly and drop their bags of sweets in fright Terrified they flee down the path not pausing to look back I grab their sweets and quickly slam the door I dash to the bathroom Twenty minutes is up and its time to wash off my face pack Hee hee hee it works every year 5th October 2014

Poem Details | by Gary Bateman |
Categories: funny, halloween, hilarious, humor, humorous,

Count Dracula's Love

Count Dracula’s Love

Count Dracula’s love is blood—sweet and bright red, 
And he wants to bite your neck while you’re in bed!
Seeking his next eternal bride on this All Hallows’ Eve,
His “undead” bite makes him happy and isn’t a pet peeve!

Gary Bateman, Copyright © All Rights Reserved,
October 25, 2015 (Clerihew)

Poem Details | by liam mcdaid |
Categories: angel, brother, death, love, memorial day, miss you,

Halloween night

Dearest brother in Heaven
I pray for you always
especially this time of year
as you are so very sadly missed
In everything we say and do
you live forever
inside peal drops
In a part of our heart's
held very precious dear bro
Every prayer 
wishing you happiness 
filled with joy dancing 
with the angels  

My brother drowned this night pulls  heavy in sadness Halloween night whilst on holidays with his children in Majorca a sad family time of year

Poem Details | by jonny sance |
Categories: halloween, happiness, how i feel, joy, love, rap, romantic,


First there was fireworks
then there was stars
couldn't think of anything else
but her smile. stars struck stars
and all I can see is the
glow of her beauty;
with rain instead of sunshine
it was all so divine

rhyme scheme: abcbdeff                  date submitted: 7/30/16

Poem Details | by Jennifer M. |
Categories: halloween, love,


A Lovers Charm..
A Merchants Ring.
A Bullfrogs Heart..
A Black Bats Wing..
In the cauldron, 
to simmer and swell.
I raise the Goblet..
and cast my spell.

Actual spell:

Poem Details | by Jennifer M. |
Categories: halloween, love,


I cast this spell..
For those who love.
Who share it freely.
Like our Lord above. 

I cast this spell..
For peace not war.
For beautiful smiles.
A baby to adore.

I cast this spell..
To help you see.
There is a light..
in you and me.

A baby's sigh. 
A kiss hello.
We all want Love..
this I know. 

So I raise this goblet..
..and cast the spell.
To be in Love..
where lovers dwell.

Potion for spell:

Poem Details | by Winsome Miller-Rowe |
Categories: color, devotion, emotions, funny love, gothic, halloween, scary,

Midnight Romance

How bright your eyes of cerulean blue
Look out from your porcelain face my dear
I saw those ivory teeth and I knew
That crimson blood would be flowing right here

Your cloak matches your obsidian brows
Absinthe is the green the grass we lie on
Love burning like charcoal as we carouse
Making our love last way before the dawn

Your sable hair reminds me of honey
And I crush my lips to yours oh so soft
I  know that this is better than money
But do you agree? I noticed you coughed

Ash of roses the color I evoke
Before leaving you in a puff of smoke

Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: halloween, love, love hurts,

I Fell In Love With a Vampire

You might think there's something wrong with my head. I believe in the existence of members of the living dead. She only comes out at night, and never walks in the day. The trouble is, I know she died last May. This pretty vampire has cast her spell over me. She says I am just her type, positive AB. When this creature bites my neck, it feels so kinky. She always leaves much more than a hickey. With her long black hair and dark eyes, she is one I will take. Please don't come near her with silver bullets or a wooden stake.

Poem Details | by Bruce Loving |
Categories: dark, fantasy, halloween, lost love, princess, vanity,

The First Prince

Twas fortnight last,
I gazed your
Each night full of
shrouded creatures
Emotions all a dark,
smothering cloud
Despairing now, this
prince once proud

Heartless, you
declared of me
Heedless of your
dreams to be

Now each day, a
hopeless scrying
Now each day, a
fruitless trying
To find the meaning
of your loss
A speck of hope
amongst the dross
That this
ensorcelled sleep
doth end
That last harsh
words, a chance to

One final gaze upon
your bower
Then I must leave
this cursed tower
Fading into the
choking mist
Swallowing the
beauty, never kissed

Poem Details | by Denise Brown |
Categories: death, halloween, love,

A Skeleton's Love

You’ll stay in my heart
Until death do us part
When the worms eat you out
And I’m buried in the ground

In the dirt with you I’ll lay
And forever and ever that’s where I’ll stay
I’ll remain by your side
Until with angel wings we fly

Life will never get dull
With you in my skull
You’ll never be alone
You will not face death on your own

You’ll stay in my heart
Until death do us part
When the worms eat you out
And I’m buried in the ground

Poem Details | by BENEDICT JOHN |
Categories: children, people, love, people,


Halloween is a blast
when people forget the past

Children dress up like ghosts
and go around eating toast

There are witches on the street
who go to the theatre and sit in seats

Some children dress up like a vampire
And love to enjoy a campfire 

I like to dress up like a goblin
Who has a swoblin (Sword)

They are ghostly Boos
When people put out their shoes

Children will  be tricking or treating
instead of sipping or eating

It is a spooky night
making many shiver in fright

I would love the ghost and goblin to roam
but I won’t let them enter my home

Benedict (8 years)

Poem Details | by Dawn kilby |
Categories: death, depression, fantasy, husband, life, loss, lost love, love, sad, wifewife, halloween,

The Spirit of Ruby Anne

This was written for Halloween :P

A silent, roaming apparition
Was the wife of a physician
While away on a mission
He married a magician
Without permission
His volition
Sliced open
His wife's

The wife never loved another man
Poor, broken-hearted Ruby Anne
She died one day in Cheyenne
Now, everyday, you can 
See where it began
Ruby Bouman's
Spirit will

Dawn D. Kilby 
Copyright ©2008  Dawn D. Kilby

Poem Details | by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr |
Categories: adventure, confusion, halloween, love,


no turn  down
he's aways around
give a love sound
its not black or white
he is the sprit light
not be drit

Poem Details | by verlecia fields |
Categories: holiday, lost love, song-lyric

"The Haunting of A Devious Kiss " (10-2-o8 Halloween)

water in my misty like tears
rolling down my~ 

watery pools of dreams 
bathing the haunting of me~

haunted by pass 
things that go 
bump in the night

things that hold you 
so tight 
you can't even 

with bare Breast
heaving up and down
with deep pleases 

the Beast knows 
you can never 
forever trap 
in the mounting  
of flesh...


Poem Details | by William Darnell Sr. |
Categories: autumn, celebration, character, family, friendship love, halloween, holiday,

Autumn's Fall

Autumn's Fall

Two silhouettes together, 
under the light of the moon. 

The hooting of owls  
is singing a scary tune. 

Dark shadows fly past us, 
but your arms hold me tight. 

With thoughts on your love, 
I lose fear for the night. 

The pumpkin that glows 
on the steps by my door.

It seems to be smiling, 
makes me longing for more. 

The moonlight in the sky  
shines down on the ground. 

Glistening the leaves, 
that covers the ground.

Poem Details | by Deb Wilson |
Categories: fantasyme,

Halloween Poem # 20...I Fell In Love With A Vampire

I met a creature in the night
At first he gave me quite a fright

His glinting eyes and wily way
He looked at me as if to say

"You will be mine" then he bit my neck
I tried to resist but what the heck

As I fell deeply under his spell
I let him suck my blood as well

I felt my willpower going away
My grip on reality went astray

I fell in love with that creature so dark
On a life of infinity I did embark

Poem Details | by Heather Crismond |
Categories: autumn, chocolate, halloween, homework, nostalgia, october,

My Love of Fall

Its strange how I have always loved the fall
Even as a child with schools threat so near
I yawn and watched as time slowed to a crawl
The suspension of freedom what I fear

The crunching of leaves is beckoning me
Only time of year decay smells so sweet
The scar I still have from scrapping my knee
From that piece of glass hidden in the street

No other time of year do monsters roam
Creeping down sidewalks, knocking at your door
Ghosts and ghouls and, oh look a garden gnome
Collecting treats and sweets till feet are sore

I know not why I love the Fall so much
Maybe its the calm before winters punch

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