Sunday, April 28, 2013

This Halloween

Tree and Moon by Lydia Martinez

Come follow me this Halloween
Into a world you've never seen,
Where goblins creep and zombies dance
And ghosts lurk just beyond your glance.
An old witch riding on her broom
Is silhouetted by the moon,
And from her perch she’s looking down
Upon the unsuspecting town
Where house to house the children go
Led by the jack o lantern’s glow.
They wander through the chilly night,
Those horrors hidden from their sight.
If you would like to join this scene,
Come follow me on Halloween.

Written for a prompt from Poetic Bloomings asking us to write a poem aimed toward children.

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