Tracey----this poem was selected as one of our 13 winners in our Halloween poetry contest. Congrats! Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can take the next steps in publishing this poet at the WritingFix website!
On Halloween Night
by Carson, fourth grade poet
Halloween is such a fright.
It will be here when it’s night.
I zoomed to my room. BOOM! slammed the door.
I couldn’t wait one second more.
I slip on my dress, all torn and black,
Upon my head my pointy hat.
And in a flash I was ready to dash…
Out the door for candy galore.
I see ghosts, goblins and witches like me.
I was as happy as could be.
Haunted houses to mansions, doorbells we ring, Collecting our candy. “Trick-or-treat,” we sing.
The bright shining moon was full and my bucket too.
It’s time to go home…Boo hoo hoo.
When we got home, I lay down my broom
And counted my candy up in my room.
Halloween was fun. I had a good time.
Too bad it’s over and so is my rhyme.