Note: The following poems are advanced for most Primary school students. Feel free to downgrade the language or just use a small passage. Just for the Evening Witches ride across the moon And screech an eerie luny toon. Goblins howl and monsters croon. The costumes must be back by noon. Boo Hoo?? When you go out on Halloween The ghosts will follow you. Don't worry for they'll do no harm, With just a boo or two. Make sure you don't upset them, The monsters won't attack you Be careful what you say. When ghosts are by your side. These friendly ghosts will walk with you Don't think of it, you won't be hit, To scare the beasts away. By broomsticks witches ride. On Halloween the streets are filled So you'll be safe to trick or treat, With creepy crawly guys. Though danger dims the stars. Slinky, slimy hairy dudes So, thank your ghosts, and here's a hint: That come to terrorize. They all like chocolate bars. Mollie, by Golly There was an old witch named Mean Molly Who thought swooping kids was real jolly. Her broom broke. Kersplat! And she lost her black hat. Now Molly is riding the trolley.