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Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten [**2017**]

Short Halloween Poems for Kids 2017: If you are in search of best halloween poems than you will enjoy our collection because it has all type of poems you might be searching on the internet, we have short list few best poems on halloween of 2017.

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten [**2017**]

1.
“Halloween night is full of fright,Halloween night is a fun time of night
Halloween night we go trick-or-treating,Halloween night so much candy to be
eating, Halloween night black cats screech of fright.”


2.
“Witch and warlock all abroad
Revels keep by field and yard.
In the firelight of the farm
Boy and maiden one by one
Place their chestnuts in the grate
And for omens quietly wait;
To a string their apples tie,
Twirl them till they fallen lie;
Those whose fruits fall in a hurry,
They shall be the first to marry.
Witch and warlock all abroad
Revels keep by field and yard.
Apples from the beam hang down
To be caught by mouth alone,
Mugs of ale on Nut-Crack Night
And many a tale of ghost and sprite,
Come to cheer and chill the heart,
While the candles faint and start,
While the flickering firelight paints
Pictures of the hallowed saints.
Witch and warlock all abroad
Revels keep by field and yard.”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

3.
“A happy little fellow
sat on my fence one night
His smile was full and wide-
A most amazing site!
He said to me, “I’m yours for keeps.
I hope you’ll like me fine.
I’ve watched you now for weeks and weeks
while growing on my vine.
Just put me in your window
when the right time rolls around
I promise that I’ll glow for you
And I’ll never make a sound.
I’ll be your friend forever
We’ll be happy as can be
For I’m your jack-o-lantern
And you’re just right for me!”


4.
“It’s late and we are sleepy,
The air is cold and still.
Our jack-o-lantern grins at us
Upon the window sill.
We’re stuffed with cake and candy
And we’ve had a lot of fun,
But now it’s time to go to bed
And dream of all we’ve done.
We’ll dream of ghosts and goblins
And of witches that we’ve seen,
And we’ll dream of trick-or-treating
On this happy Halloween.”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

5.
“Hilda Witch broke her broom
trying to land atop a tomb.
She’d planned to put on quite a show
but when she crashed she broke her toe.
Now she can’t walk and she can’t fly
so Halloween’s safe for you and I.
The moral of this tiny tale?
If you’re gonna crash, you’d better bail!”

6.
“It’s Halloween! It’s Halloween!
The moon is full and bright
And we shall see what can’t be seen
On any other night.
Skeletons and ghosts and ghouls,
Grinning goblins fighting duels,
Werewolves rising from their tombs,
Witches on their magic brooms.
In masks and gowns we haunt the street
And knock on doors for trick or treat.
Tonight we are the king and queen,
For oh tonight it’s Halloween!”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

7.
“Close your eyes! Feel the
Pale eyeballs of a dead cat-
Two peeled purple grapes!”

8.
“It’s time for Halloween,
A day for trick or treat,
When the kids dress up in costume,
And walk proudly down the street.
They ring alot of door bells,
And collect alot of candy too,
And if they happen to see a ghost,
They will be greated with a boo.
Pumpkins light up the windows,
And decorations adorn the front yard,
So be careful when you come in,
Because the skeleton will be on guard.
So go have alot of fun,
And don’t have any fear,
Because it will soon be over,
And you’ll have to wait till next year.”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

9.
“I bought a mermaid costume Some how I lost the scales
Wore it Halloween night And looked just like a whale
Thought I’d dress as Dracula On my face a little blood
Tripped on a cape that’s too long And now my name is mud
White curly locks like Bo peep A staff there in my hand
All the old men gave me Snicker As down the street I ran
Dressed as Richard Simons Right down to the shorts
All I got was fruit And exercise of course
Dressed up like the king And you thought Elvis dead
Of coarse I couldn’t sing Just shook my booty instead
Dressed up as a turkey Last Thanksgiving day
Missed Halloween completely What else can I say
So have a happy trick or treat Use your imagination
But when it comes to costumes I’m Think? Ramification!”

10.
“Although Halloween began as a holiday for individuals who practiced the occult, it has since turned into something completely different. Halloween has really become all about the kids. It is about the fun of dressing up and pretending to be someone else for a night. It is about children gorging themselves on way too much candy. Unfortunately, there is also a sinister aspect to the holiday that has to do with children believing that they are entitled to receive candy and vandalizing property when they don’t get what they want.”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

11.
“GRAB YOUR COSTUME-
EITHER SWEET OR SCARY!
ALL ARE WELCOME-
EVERY WITCH AND FAIRY!
GRAB YOUR BROOMS-
THE BATS ARE ALL ABOUT!
STRUT YOUR STYLE.
‘CAUSE IT’S GHOULS NIGHT OUT!”

12.
“Dressed up little creatures
on a dark October night
run from door to door
giving everyone a fright.
They come and ring your doorbell
and before they will retreat,
they beg you for some candy
by yelling “trick or treat”.
When their bags are full,
they run home to eat their fill.
They taste a bit of everything
and by morning they are ill!
So to keep the youngsters healthy,
I’ve figured out a deal.
This year instead of candy,
I’ll give them all oatmeal!”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

13.
“Ghosts and Goblins and Bats
Oh my!
Witches riding brooms with black cats
So High!
What a treat they would be
Through a child’s eyes to see
But alas, I’m too old for that
Oh Sigh!”

14.
“We bought a fat orange pumpkin,
The plumpest sort they sell.
We neatly scooped the inside out
and only left the shell.
We carved a funny funny-face
of silly shape and size,
A pointy nose,
a jagged mouth and two enormous eyes.
We set it in a window
and we put a candle in,
Then lit it up
for all to see Our jack-o-lantern grin.”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

15.
“Since this is the time for goblins and bats,
Halloween spirits, ghosts and cats,
Weird-happenings and witches brew,
These are the things I wish for you.
May the only spirit you chance to meet,
Be the spirit of love and warm friends sweet.
May the tricks that you are asked to do,
Be a trick to help you gain a friend or two.
So, by tomorrow, pick three friends sweet,
And give them all a Halloween treat.
You only have one day, so hurry!
Leave a treat on the doorstep, then flee in a hurry!”

16.
“It’s the time of year when monsters knock on your door
and you don’t even question what they’ve come for.
When pumpkins have faces and faces have masks
and children get candy without even having to ask.
It’s the time when goblins can be found on the street
and ghosts and witches say “trick-or-treat!”
It’s the time to decorate with oranges and blacks,
go to a haunted house, hayride, or pumpkin patch.
It’s the time to dress up like a clown or a cat,
a caveman or princess or vampire bat.
It’s the time that comes at the end of October,
and it’s time to get more candy before
Halloween is over!”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

17.
“Dressing up as ghostly ghouls,
Acting silly or playing fools.
Floppy feet, a red clown nose,
Frankenstein–there he goes!
A cackling witch, a pointy hat,
Dracula’s cape shaped like a hat,
Dracula’s cape shaped like a bat.
Scariest monsters ever seen–
All come out for Halloween!”

18.
“It’s Halloween! It’s Halloween!
The moon is full and bright
And we shall see what can’t be seen
On any other night.
Skeletons and ghosts and ghouls,
Grinning goblins fighting duels,
Werewolves rising from their tombs,
Witches on their magic brooms.
In masks and gown we haunt the street
And knock on doors for trick or treat.
Tonight we are the king and queen,
For oh tonight it’s Halloween!
Wishing you an evening full of moonlight and magic!”

19.
“Gobbledy gooks, spooky spooks,
moonlit sky, witches fly.
Scaredy cats, Eerie bats,
spiders spin, pumpkins grin.
Doorbells ring children scream,
“Trick or Treat” It’s Halloween!”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten

20.
“T’was the week before All Hallows Eve
My nose was so stuffy that I couldn’t breathe.
The beasties and ghoulies all were creeping,
(It was late at night, I should’ve been sleeping).
I heard their sighs, I heard their moans,
Their rattling chains and creaking bones;
But I didn’t get scared, didn’t wish them away
‘Cuz I like to hear ghoulies and beasties at play.
These creatures, you see, were very polite
Each time that I sneezed they’d say “Gesundheit”

Short Halloween Poems for Kids & Kindergarten [**2017**]

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