Some more wonderful Halloween poetry via Aurora Alexander’s Halloween contest including mine!
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Halloween Humor – by Joelle Legendre (Floridaborne)
The cat rug lies, with squiggly tail
on concrete floor, with sharpened nail
quietly waiting to impale
the witless human walking by.
Do not be fooled, his innocence
is but a ruse with ill intent,
for those not wary will lament
the loss of both their thighs.
Do not presume you’ll walk away,
without a severed limb today
and if his mood is foul, he may
scratch out an errant eye.
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