Halloween By: Terry D. Scheerer


By: Terry D. Scheerer

Aye, this be the time of year,
That many people do so fear.
For Halloween is upon us, you know--
'Tis when the Jack-O-Lanterns are all aglow
And spirits of the dead, they will take flight,
To give us all a terrible fright.
Ghosts and goblins and monsters all run amuck,
But why should we, the living, have a care,
'Less a wayward bat get caught in our hair.
So, let the little beasties play their 'Tricks,'
For on one night a year, they get their kicks--
At our expense, aye, 'tis true,
But none of this be vary new.
For the dead have roamed this night at will,
Since time began, and they do so still.
Yet, we poor souls shall have our chance,
To break our bonds and join the dance,
When we leave this life and are finally seen
Frolicking with the spirits, on Halloween!

About the Author

Terry D. Scheerer feels that his poetry reflects aspects of his life, much of which has been dark, dreary, full of pain, death, disappointment and disillusionment. But, then, whose life hasn't been?
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