A Halloween Poem

It’s the spookiest week of the year and today I share with you a poem written by my 8-year-old daughter. She was inspired recently when I attended an online poetry class. Tell us what you think of it in the comments!

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Halloween is spooky

And very, very gloomy.

It’s got spiders

But no gliders

It is code black

Not cute pink

It is so dark

With no spark

Maybe you could make it bright

But not as bright as the daylight.

By Georgina Green (age 8)

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2 Responses to A Halloween Poem

  1. Halloween is my favourite festival, and your daughter’s lovely poem says it all!

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