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Halloween

Bats fly into the sky.
Flip flying into the clouded black eye.

Cats tip toeing across my toes.
Into the witches hands they go.

Ghosts say boo
haunting kids and scaring adults.

Vampires fangs suck blood
turns the victim into what it was.

Say goodbye to what you heard
Goodbye to cats, ghosts, bats, and witches.

Goodbye to you and good luck on halloween
night. Ha Ha Ha
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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