Halloween Poetry – Halloween Mystery Poems

[Day 23]

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Hi, today’s Halloween poetry for kids is about Halloween night. Read my Halloween Mystery Poem ….imagine how you feel walking through the night, no lights, all black as coal. You are alone. A long dark road. It is quiet as the winds whisper like spirits of ancient times………Milou

skeleton in cofin

Halloween Mystery Poem by Milou

skeleton hangman
No sun, no light, not even a spark
The whole world is completely dark
The clock strikes twelve, you hear it chime
Not one single person is awake at this time

No other color than black is to see
You notice a monster, during the day it’s a tree
Though there’s no wind, you can smell the crisp air
The shapes you see, are the creeps of your nightmare

No sun, no lamp, not a single light
So dark, so black, in the middle of the night


By the way….smoking is very unhealthy – you see 🙂


Here is another great stories by  S.E. Schlosser. Listen and enjoy.

© S.E. Schlosser 1997 – 2009

Used with permission of S.E. Schlosser and AmericanFolklore.net. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.

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