Funny Scary Halloween Poems for Kids, Preschool and Adults 2017

Funny Scary Halloween Poems for Kids Preschool and Adults 2017:

 

Halloween is close and our children are energized. I trust you have officially numerous Halloween costumes ideas for your children, for making this Halloween more agreeable for your children. We are sharing a rundown of best Halloween poems for kids.

It’s Halloween Night Halloween Poem:

 

It’s Halloween Night not a spirit in locate

 

I hear Footsteps Who’s that coming?

 

I see an apparition!

 

Gee golly!!!

 

I see an apparition!

 

Run!!!

 

I see an apparition!

 

It’s Halloween Night not a spirit in locate

 

I hear Footsteps Who’s that coming?

 

I see a zombie!

 

Gee golly!!!

 

I see a zombie!

 

Watch Out!

 

I see a zombie!

 

It’s Halloween Night not a spirit in locate

 

I hear Footsteps Who’s that coming?

 

I see a vampire!

 

God help us!!!

 

I see a vampire!

 

It’s Halloween Night not a spirit in locate

 

I hear Footsteps Who’s that coming?

 

I see a witch!

 

God help us!!!

 

It’s Halloween Night not a spirit in locate

 

I hear Footsteps Who’s that coming?

 

I see a skeleton!

 

God help us!!!

 

I see a skeleton!

 

Hahahahaha!

Night Of Fright Halloween Poem:

 

Monsters, stalking through the night,
Halloween is the Night of Fright.
Fear is what this night brings,
Along with many other things.

Are you sure you are prepared?
Tonight is not for the easily scared.
Creatures from hell roam on this night,
For tonight is the Night of Fright.

Trick or treat you say,
You should not have waited until the end of the day.
Tonight you will lose your tricks and treats,
For the monsters need to eat.

You better not take this night lightly,
Or else you will truly learn what fright means.

In ancient times people feared this night,
The night they greeted with fright.
Why they were so scared you will soon see,
On this “All Hollows Eve.”

Halloween Night Halloween Poem:

 

 

Walking down the street, on Halloween night
Lots of scary monsters, and other strange sights

Boy: I see a ghost!

Ghosts: ghost sounds

Walking down the street, on Halloween night
Lots of scary monsters, and other strange sights

Boy: I see a vampire!

Vampire: Welcome to my house…hahhahaa

Walking down the street, on Halloween night
Lots of scary monsters, and other strange sights

Boy: I see a skeleton!

Skeleton: Hello, have you seen my coffin?

Walking down the street, on Halloween night
Lots of scary monsters, and other strange sights

Boy: I see a witch!

Witch: Hee hee hee hee

Walking down the street, on Halloween night
Lots of scary monsters, and other strange sights

Boy: I see a werewolf!

Werewolf: “howl”

Walking down the street, on Halloween night
Lots of scary monsters, and other strange sights

Boy: I see a mummy!

Mummy: I’m sorry, I don’t have time to talk — I’m all wrapped up at the moment

La la la la…

Spooky Halloween Night

 

It’s very spooky on Halloween night, 
The ghosts and goblins will give you a fright.

Watch your back, do not be blind.
If you’re not careful, who knows what you’ll find?

You might see things like little black bats, 
Or you might see things like scary black cats.

On every porch there’s a pumpkin or two, 
With their creepy grins smiling at you.

It’s very spooky on Halloween night.

 

Halloween Allergies – Halloween Poem

 

T’was the week before All Hallows Eve
My nose was so stuffy that I couldn’t breathe.
The beasties and ghoulies all were creeping,
(It was late at night, I should’ve been sleeping).
I heard their sighs, I heard their moans,
Their rattling chains and creaking bones;
But I didn’t get scared, didn’t wish them away
‘Cuz I like to hear ghoulies and beasties at play.
These creatures, you see, were very polite
Each time that I sneezed they’d say “Gesundheit”

The Vampire’s Kiss

 

Beware the kiss of the living dead
It will leave you wanting
Hunger delays once he’s fed
But soon restarts the hunting

Daylight breaks and brings the night
As deadly sleep takes over
And when the moon renews it’s light
The corps-ed shell grows colder

A woman walking down the street
An invitation to dinner
She never hears the silent feet
That carry the deadly sinner

And as the fangs sink down deep
The hunter takes his prey
He prays the Lord her soul to keep
Then slowly backs away

Beware the kiss of the living dead
It will leave you wanting
Hunger delays once she’s fed
But soon restarts the hunting