Spooky

Inside the spooky, spooky house the night was dark as death,

The clammy air clung everywhere; of breeze, there was no breath,

And in this house, this spooky house, where love and laughter slept,

There came a tread of silent dread as something crawled and crept.

 

What evil thing? What evil thing? What ghostly ghoulish summoning

Now staggered up the steely stairs to catch the children unawares?

What demon beast of dark and doom now drifted deep inside the room?

What filthy fiend, so fierce and foul, let rip that most horrific howl?

 

Inside the spooky, spooky room the beast ripped off its head

And there a spout of blood shot out, a fountain fast and red.

The beast’s green arms were long and lean; its eyes were green as well.

It held its head and softly said ‘Behold the heart of Hell’.

 

What evil thing? What evil thing? What ghostly ghoulish summoning

Now held the children in its claws, and opening wide its jagged jaws

Let rip a grisly gruesome groan, demanding with a maudlin moan

‘Now get me something nice to eat! Ha, ha, I scared you – TRICK OR TREAT!’

 

 

 

 

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