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Moonlit Chocolate

They're so obtuse but nice
Mints rolled in tundra ice
The night owls search for a tree
That they can set their weary
Wings and things hooting in the forest
On the night they love best

Fly little vampires fly
I guess you'll never know why
The werewolves threw a pie
At a golden cake moon
Happy Halloween
To the lonely raccoon

Gobblins build a pyramid
Wish I could be a kid
But we can bob for an apple
Or steal Kandy Korn from the ghoul
Family values gone up in smoke
The zombie's just awoke

Fly little vampires fly...

Someone please answer the door
We know what they're here for
I see the drapes flow in fear
Or did a ghost just disappear?
The pumpkin is grinning on the sill
Feel the fires of Silent Hill

Fly little vampires fly...

Angela Garcia as NeonMosfet
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Submitted on February 21, 2017

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Majored in Chemistry and Zoology at Miami University, Oxford Ohio. Wrote one scifi novel, Caviar Emptor, SyFy.com I have been writing poetry since 1973, Served in the United States Air Force 1974-1978, Served Army Reserve, 1980-1982 more…

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