Swish, swish, swish go as witches fly by
Ooh, ooh, ooh, Boo, boo, boo ghosts shriek walking by
Meow, meow, meow as black cats howl as they stroll by
He He He Ha Ha Ha pumpkins laughing
Hoo, Hoo, Hoo as owls cry
Crack, crack, crack rattling bones go as skeletons dance by
Ah, ah, ah, Eh, eh, eh mummies grunt as they stumble by
Trick or Treat, Trunk or treating children asking for candies as dressed up in costumes warding off evil spirits.
Halloween, it comes and goes once every
Halloween, is autumn’s celebration, cheer
Halloween, is festive fun, spooky, creepy
Hallloween, is time for children’s tricks and
Halloween, it’s winning costume contests
Halloween, is my birthday and my
Eric Shelman began writing poetry shortly after reading Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven and also his mother read to him all the time as well. Has been writing poetry for more than 18 years now. He writes all sorts of poetic forms and even ones he merged together and made up.