I Went Trick Or Treating

I went trick-or-treating,
For something to eat,
All I expected to receive,
Was many a sweet,

I went trick-or-treating,
And to my surprise,
One house gave me a creature,
With several eyes,

A slimy monster with fangs,
Is what I did get,
But I found it cute,
So I have a new pet.


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The House With The Face of a Cat

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Don’t go to the house,
With the face of a cat,
If you enter,
You may find that,

The floors are covered,
With dead mice and rats,
And even the corpses,
Of some unlucky bats,

Who murdered these creatures?
Who could have done that?
It was this zombie,
With the head of a cat,

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And if she sees you,
Then she’ll attack,
She’ll devour your flesh,
You’ll be her snack,

For this zombie with a head,
Like that of a cat,
Thinks no more of humans,
Than she would a rat.


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Werewolves

It’s the full moon,
And you know what that means,
It brings forth the furry,
Frightening fiends,

More bloodthirsty than vampires,
Faster than mummies,
They hunt down human beings,
And poor old bunnies,

It’s the werewolves,
And they’re here to stay,
At least until.
The sun heralds the day,

But the murderous monsters,
Who hide in the gloom,
Will return,
On the next full moon.


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The Horrid Horse

It gallops through the graveyard,
Scaring everyone it meets,
With its blazing yellow eyes,
And its mouldy teeth,

It has no rider and pulls no cart,
It runs and hunts alone,
It devours everyone it meets,
It even eats the bone,

It doesn’t neigh or whinny,
But lets loose a wicked laugh,
It’ll even burst into your house,
(Even when you’re having a bath).

It’s a horrid horse of horror,
And when it has its way,
It catches you with its teeth,
And eats you like you’re hay.


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I Love Jack O Lanterns

I love Jack O’Lanterns,
They’re scary and so fun,
I love Jack O’Lanterns,
I love to carve a tonne,

I love Jack O’Lanterns,
The symbol of Halloween,
I love Jack O’Lanterns,
That grin and smile and beam,

I don’t like one Jack O’Lantern,
That’s as large as large can be,
That gigantic Jack O’Lantern,
That’s coming after me.


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