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Your search ends here if you are looking for some spooky, creepy, and funny Halloween poems for kids. Read on for some great Halloween poetry.

Halloween Poems

The lurid acrylic pictures and ghoulish subjects take a front lead when the spooky and ghastly festival of Halloween is round the corner. The supernatural, superstitions, magic, mystery, and spells take over as the living meets with the dead. An occasion that is highly associated with ghosts and souls of the dead coming down to earth, Halloween arrives with another set of trick-o-treats, bonfires, costumes parties, jack-o'-lanterns, pranks, horror stories, and apple bobbing. Nevertheless, the true essence of sinister celebrations and scary festivities can well be understood and brought forward with some eerie, weird yet hilarious poems. Read them aloud in the gathering, jot them down on greeting cards, or send them through a text message, the choice is completely yours. Here's a collection of short, funny Halloween poems for kids. Read on.

Funny Halloween Poems For Kids

It's Halloween
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!
- Jack Prelutsky

The Hand of Glory
On the lone bleak moor,
At the midnight hour,
Beneath the Gallows Tree,
Hand in hand
The Murderers stand,
By one, by two, or three!
And the Moon that night
With a grey, cold light
Each baleful object tips;
One half of her form
Is seen through the storm,
The other half's hid in Eclipse!
And the cold wind howls,
And the Thunder growls,
And the Lightning is broad and bright;
And altogether
It's very bad weather,
And an unpleasant sort of a night!
- R.H. Barham

Halloween Magic
A bald-headed ghost
Drank some witches' brew
And on top of his head
A strange thing grew.

It was pointed and tall
And black as a bat
With stringy long hair
Where his head was flat.

The sad little ghost
Didn't want any hair
Or a black pointed hat
So he said, "Witch beware!"
Then he chanted some words
With a spell-casting switch
And gave Halloween Night

A bald-headed witch!!
- Barbara M. Hales

All Hallows Eve
I hide behind the sofa quivering in fear
Now the witching hour is near
The curtains are drawn tight
And I've turned off the lights
The TV volume is way down low
I sit and cower in its feeble glow
Then comes the knock upon the door
And I curl up quivering on the floor
My heart is pounding my breath is shallow
My mouth is dry it's hard to swallow
On all hallows eve I live in mortal dread
But not of monsters or the un-dead
The fear that turns my heart to stone
Is Trick or Treaters knowing I'm home
- Paul Curtis