Scary Halloween poem – Scary Halloween poems

[Day 11] – new updated with Halloween podcast

Scary creepy spooky funny Halloween – Halloween poems and poetry for kids.

Label:  Scary Halloween poem – Halloween poems for children – Halloween poetry for kids

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The Headless Girl by Milou

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Deep inside the forest of gloom
The trees press on each other, there’s barely room

Below a fir tree with just enough space
A creature of terror starts a chase

Harry left home as the sun went down
He got lost as the last rays of sun had drowned

At exactly midnight Harry screams
Then there’s a silence and the moon melts like cream
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A five year old girl is seen in the night
Her hands are red, and her head is not in sight

She pulls down her nightgown and cleans her hands
And then for a while, she does nothing but stand

Harry comes out and goes back to his house
He says to the girl, “You old grouse!”

After that moment she thinks in her head,
“Harry you should have stayed in bed.”
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Halloween Night by Milou

[Day 5!]

new updated! with podcast…have fun, Milou

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Halloween Night

In the middle of a Halloween night poor Collin awoke
He heard the hissing of a snake and then a cranky voice spoke
“Come with me human child, and join me in my plot.”
“All those creatures you despise, I’ll wipe away the lot!”
“Leave the torturing to me; I just need one thing from you,”
“If you complete this mission your mind can be part of my stew.”
“Cut up your sister’s body and eat her bloody heart,”
“Then I know you’re worthy and my mighty plot can start!”
On top of his blanket there was a knife inside a box
It sparkled in the moonlight as Collin put on his socks
He took the box and left his room and walked straight down the hall
Collin headed for his sister’s room, her door on the left hand wall
But when he reached her bedroom he didn’t stop nor linger
He just kept right on walking, he didn’t move a finger
But when he reached the end of the hall and lifted the window’s frame
He threw the box into the neighbor’s yard and said all this spook was a shame
He kicked the creepy witch out not forgetting the snake
Then he went back to bed and decided to take a break………..chain-skulls

Today you can listen again to two new stories of S.E. Schlosser.
See you tomorrow, Milou

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