Oh So Sweet, poetry written by Emma L Flint at Spillwords.com

Oh So Sweet

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Oh So Sweet

written by: Emma L Flint

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All Hallow’s Eve,
Such a devilish holiday.
The decorated macabre,
Seeped in chilling screams,
Ripped from tormented dreams.
Laced with malt,
The scent of cinnamon on the wind,
Howling gales,
Never let the bad ones in.
For this is a hallowed night,
A deadly hour,
One known to give them power.
Who are they?
Oh, we thought you knew,
They’re the demons,
The ones coming for you.
You can bar the windows,
Bolt the doors,
Yet you’re not safe,
Scared forevermore.
Close your eyes,
Hold your breath,
When they knock for candy,
It might be your last.

Emma L Flint

Emma L Flint

Emma is an emerging UK based poet, who has spent the last six years working as a full time writer. Her work is comprised of both fiction and non-fiction content, with some of her recent work having been published in DIVA Magazine and on MookyChick. Having spent years penning immersive stories across a wide range of genres, Emma decided to explore another avenue of creativity in the form of poetry; her hope is to eventually publish an anthology of her poems.
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