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All Hallow’s Eve October 30, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Poetry, Word Play, Writing & Writers.

IMGP4172Who hung the moon
All Hallow’s Eve
Bright orange orb
Bare leafless trees
Silent silhouettes
Sway in the breeze
Ghosts and goblins
You must appease
Hand them fair treats
For if you displease
Tricks they’ll bestow
On unbent knees
And pale ribbons caught
In bare, spidery trees
Shall drift and sway
Stirred by the breeze
As the moon glows red
All Hallow’s Eve

Happy  Halloween!

For more ghostly (and vampiric) poetry . . .  Happy Halloween! (Intergalatic Writer)


1. Cindy - October 30, 2010

Nice 😀

nrhatch - October 30, 2010

I had a dream last night revealing how we met.
I don’t remember the wisps and tendrils.

2. loreen lee - October 30, 2010

Good poem.

nrhatch - October 30, 2010

Thanks, LL

Have a SPOOKtacular weekend. 🙂

3. Tammy McLeod - October 30, 2010

Lovely lines of verse Nancy. I’ll read it to my children later. Thank you.

nrhatch - October 30, 2010

Thanks, Tammy

I hope it won’t give them any ideas
About TPing neighboring trees. 8)

4. Julie Hedlund - October 30, 2010


nrhatch - October 31, 2010

Thanks, Julie.

You got caught in my SPAM filter. I have no idea why. You don’t seem like a spammer to me. 🙂

5. souldipper - October 30, 2010

Get the treats out, I’m getting my broom ready.

nrhatch - October 31, 2010

I’ll put the cauldron on! 😉

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