Tuesday, October 28, 2008

A POEM OF WARNING

It’s coming,

Like a terrible thing

It’s scary,

Dark, and with a toothy grin.

So you better beware,

Have everything ready

Decorate appropriately,

For the end is near.

Just remember one thing,

It only comes but once a year

Halloween, costumed in orange and black,

A mask upon its gruesome face

Ringing your doorbell with persistence,

Innocent child or demonic being

Just feed it candy, just to be safe.

Trick or Treat.

3 comments:

Ray said...

That is such a cool warning.

I love it.

Ray

Anonymous said...

Earthlings beware
Humans beware
Ghosts, spirits, undead,and the un-remembered beware
Pamela has foretold and warned you of thinks to come.
IGNORE THEM AT YOUR PERIL!

Emma
from Ye Olde London Town
loved the poem Pam

LLB said...

Great poem!

Hey, have you ever been to Howl-o-Scream at Busch Gardens?? We went on Sunday and hit all but one haunted house.

They have GREAT haunted houses. Reminded me of this poem.