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Halloween City Style


 Which Witch is Which :)
when a Bat doesn't need a ball to fly home,
can't tell a Black Kat from a black cat in Rome
a wood bat has no wings to hit one homer,
 havin' fun don't stay home alone

 Which Jack Lantern beats a Pumpkin
in one's store hands-down:) a hand crafted,
 one set alone...over any other lit in a window
 at someone's home,

 Witch screams from a 'mat' is louder...
than a cat, or 'Kat's Tale' when stepped on
 then asked 'What is the mat-ter'
 [Or-One]

 Witch's hungry howls for a 'Black Kat'
 thirsty to mugg some new Witch...
costumed 'City Kat' on some 'White block',
 draped in a black cape, on a black pitch
 night, not Knight, all out of candy rock
 'meow',

 Which U hear- Ghostly bats or Witch's HELLO?
'meow' me or BOO; on Fright Night's city streets,
 Witch Trick's or treat for pumpkin sweets...
 which is, also known, in a City as Holloween.
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Submitted by PoetPerryCampanella on May 27, 2017

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Perry Campanella

I first started writing songs, so I thought - at ten years-old ( so young ) I didn't let anyone see them and burned all for a great fire. I was later encouraged to write by a nun - a Catholic nun, whom did hear me singing while washing pots n pans, after which she provided me a slice of her pie and saidyou need to join our choir for the talent you have needs not pots n pans to drown-out your lovely voice; Shy then and now I did as she asked; So she would come -by to hear me sing. after which another slice of pie would be offered. We would sit together and write poetry and to this day I haven't washed a single pot or pan! Though I'll bet-ya I can "spot a poem to pen" more…

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