The Jack-O-Lantern

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The Jack-O-Lantern

Post by norman » Wed Oct 28, 2015 1:08 am

The Jack-O-Lantern

He was another pumpkin
Until he was carved into a Jack-O-Lantern
Now every night he comes alive
Just like some kind of phantom

Now every Halloween night
He comes to life again
And if you see him out
You had better run,my friend

He sits on the porch with eyes yellow
But, Halloween night they turn red
If he catches up with you
You'll surely be just as dead

He'll have teeth so sharp
They'll cut like a knife
There have been so many, he's caught
That quickly lost their lifes

Be sure to watch out for Jack-O-Lantern
If you are out Trick-Or-Treating
For he can be hiding most anywhere
To jump out for his kind of greeting

Yes,Jack-O-Lantern is out there
Waiting for you to make a mistake
And if he catches you alone
His teeth on you will surely rake

Written 10/27/2015 by Norman Hale Jr.
TO SOME WE SEEM LIKE A GENIOUS
TO SOME WE SEEM LIKE A FOOL
BUT OUR WORDS OF POETRY
IS JUST OUR EXPESSION TOOL

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