Fear Mansion

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Word banks can be challenging especially when they need to be used in a theme but Halloween as a theme does quite the opposite. Thanks for stopping by.

 

 

In a haunted mansion encircled with BATS

rounding BLOODCURDLING COBWEBS

A newly CARVED JACK-O-LANTERN PUMPKIN is lit 

with a wick  from a dead lizard’s tail.

 

There, a NIGHTMARE is spun from WITCHES’ 

CACKLING to CHILDREN lured with CANDY 

into a CAULDRON  lit in an EERIE CEMETERY.

WARLOCKS flying BROOMSTICKS, stand guard.

 

A GHOUL frightens men and women

looking for a CADAVER out of its COFFIN.

with GORY LIMBS and a BLOODY mouth

emerging from a CASKET of an open GRAVE.

 

In the courtyard VAMPIRES roam 

like an APPARITION HOWLING, calling

for the GRIM REAPER to come forth

for AFRAID souls so lost and goth.

 

A GOBLIN tickled with laughter

from children shouting trick or treat

in CREEPY COSTUMES of BONES and FANGS

tears floors looking for victims to eat.

 

CRIES and LAUGHS mixed like a dye

die out around the mansion’s bonfire 

on HALLOWEEN’s eve to GHOSTS

rejoicing with humans in FEAR.


Submitted: October 27, 2020

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