All Halloween, a poem written by Eva Marie Cagley at Spillwords.com
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All Halloween

written by: Eva Marie Cagley

@EvaCagley

 

Ghost and goblins
and trees that talk
round the alley
a chopping blocks!

Witches brew
of rat-tail stew,
Spiders that crawl
all over you!

A pinch of this
and a pinch of that,
And over there
a big black cat!

Pumpkins glowing yellow
with candlelight,
while eerie things
Fly past you at night

Bats, Bats are in your hair.
The nights pitch black
Oh, what a scare!
Ghost and Goblins are everywhere.

While trick-or-treaters
Knock from house to house,
I’ll stay in mine
as quiet as a mouse!

Hiding until the morning
Sun does shine,
until this All Halloween is past
its bewitching time!!

Eva Marie Cagley

Eva Marie Cagley

Eva Marie Cagley R.A. was born and raised in Waterloo Iowa, where she spent most of her time working with teenagers in a group home and at a Juvenile Detention Center as a counsellor. Working with teenagers gave her great joy, having had none of her own. She comes from a large family of nine children having six brothers and two sisters. She has always had a love for poetry. It had always been a dream of hers to publish a book of her own poetry. A dream came true! Her first interest in poetry was when she was in Sixth grade English class and they were studying Robert Frost. It gives her great pleasure to share her poetry with others. She says her poetry reflects who she is. Her beliefs, perspectives, trials and tribulations, hopes and despair, dreams of all her lives’ journey. She belongs to the International Society of Poets and The National Authors Registry. Her books can be found on Amazon Kindle and Lulu Paperback.
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