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It's All Hallow's Eve
by Lisa Hilbers
Sunday, October 23, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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It's All Hallow's Eve

It's All Hallow's Eve, when the
gremlins creeeeep-
Creeping slowly about, to wake
the ghouls from their sleeeeep-
Shadows dance as darkness falls-
The dead comes alive; As the werewolf

Jack-o-lanterns flicker; Offering passage
to the pits-
Vampires linger; Using charm
and wit-
Zombies feed; On a bite of
brain, or two-
Their next bloody feast,
could be; Most likely will be

The sky hides it's eyes; On a
demon's dare-
Not wanting to see, who the
witches will scare-
Little Tommy trips, on the root
of a tree-
Trick-or-Treat my pretty; Tonight,
nothing is free!

Toothy bats; They swarm round
in flight-
Spiders crawl; From the ground
this night-
Black cats chase everything that
Screams fill the streets; It's a
spooky groove

It's All Hallow's Eve; When the
gremlins creeeep-
Creeping about to wake the
ghouls from their sleeeep!
Watch your step; Be careful
what you say- or-
may not be so sweet!


© Lisa Hilbers

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Reviewed by Melissa Crosson 10/25/2005
My favorite holiday captured perfectly!

Great Write!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/24/2005
Good God, Lisa, what a chilling write! Replete with fantastic sound effects, this one goes for the jugular...and succeeds in inducing nightmares that will keep the reader up for days! A top drawer, fantastic halloween write, you take first prize, for sure! EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!! A keeper.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

I've missed you--hope all is well with you.
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 10/24/2005
Ah gee, I was shaking in horror after viewing the picture, even before I read your wonderful Halloween poem! First prize goes to you, for this wonderful pair of offerings! Bravo!
Reviewed by Paul Berube 10/24/2005

Very well written. That pumpkin picture is really something else. Looks like it was taken from "Alien"
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/23/2005
Ooooooohhhhhh this is a good one that dances with the mystery and eeriness of what Halloween should be. great capture of a wild spirit my friend

Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/23/2005
A kiddie's delight.

Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/23/2005
Halloween perfection!
Thanks Lisa for backing on Sherry your a sweetheart!;-)

Reviewed by George Carroll 10/23/2005
You captured the night very well in this spooky write. Happy Halloween when we remember our dead.
Reviewed by jude forese 10/23/2005
super halloween poem!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/23/2005
Scary but fun to read!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 10/23/2005
Oh my......
Delightfully scary Lisa..
Now remember Lisa, your suppose to
had the candy out not eat it...
Happy Halloween!
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 10/23/2005
ooooh so creepy and scary, you aced this one Lisa! This is the very best Halloween poem I have seen so far this season. You have colorfully painted a picture of the holiday that will scare the wits out of all the little trick-or-treaters. I still remember the thrill as fear raced through my veins and butterflies filled my stomach while I ran through the darkened neighborhoods with my "big" brother. He would see some of his friends and he would ditch me. Without my protector, the fears of the night would REALLY settle in and I wouldn't know if I should try to find my way back home or run with another pack of kids. Funny how all the myth combined with the darkness made this night so much scarier than any other. You captured all of this for me in this delightful and very well written All Hallows Eve offering, Lisa. Thank you for your kind words on Eileen's tribute also. I am humbled by them to say the very least.
Take care,
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