Hiss you and miss you on these Halloween Poems for your celebration of this festival.
For your cackling fun these are free for your non commercial use.
Boils and green teeth are the name of the game
The slime lingers and dribbles from the pot;
We're the best brewing witches and
Some of our new concoctions are really hot.
We've mixed up all kinds of snails and slugs
Collected from under a full moon;
They've shrivelled and fried withering away
And will deliver their toxins soon.
So be prepared with your pumpkins for light
To be brave and withstand these spells;
'Cos our new broomsticks fly ever so fast
You'll not see us but you'll catch the smell
The moon shining bright on this clear night
Like a diamond in the black;
We fly across the sky
All silent there and back.
The goblins are coming this year I'm told
They've served their sentence under our spells.
They won't be happy with what happened
To them when we rang their bells.
Double, double toil and trouble
Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.
Caramel apples and caramel corn
Are great for trick or treating;
If no money changes hands
At least they're good for eating.
Pink wigs and witches hats
Green boils and blackened teeth;
Is what you get around my house
All on our Halloweeth.
Broomsticks flying around the yard
Giant spiders hanging in the hall;
The kids are mostly terrified
But the grownups have a ball
Cotton spiderwebs up the wall
Ha ha-he he cackle boil and hiss;
Spells and tales from days of old
You will never get us being sillier than this.
Trick or treating began long ago;
It's now turned into tradition
It's become a habit I know
Next they'll think they're magicians.
Many jokes are made whether black or white
As to what the witches can do;
I wouldn't dare mock anyone of them
Not if I were YOU!
Black cats and pumpkins
Things that go bump in the night;
Give us an apple and a treat
And on the night you'll be alright!
Cloaks and witches hats
Are the dress code for the night;
Not sure where the brromstick goes
Except when you're in full flight.
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