Updated: Sep 9, 2020
Black clouds crept across the moon,
The stars could not be seen,
The wind was moaning eerily-
The night was Halloween.
Down in the misty Boggy-bog,
The toads and frogs were pensive.
Owls perched on high dry limbs,
Wide-eyed and apprehensive.
The children came home early
From collecting sweets and treats;
This night was far too spooky
To be walking in the streets.
We paraded in our costumes
By the jack-o-lantern light,
Then we told some scary stories
Causing everyone a fright.
. . . . Just then, the door flow open,
. . . . . . . and OH what happened next will amaze you!!