Spooky, kooky ghosts
Howl and prowl and slither by
Waiting for a wicked host
Within creepy old winds of the night
Beneath a full glowing moon
In between branches and brambles a-prickly
They linger for their fleshy loons
Dancing and singing and whistling a-plenty
Shadows full of squirming earth
Yearn with hunger upon this eve
For kiddies giggling in spirited mirth
With costumes full of candied meat!
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