Monthly Archives: October 2013

Spooky Poetry!

For this month’s teen reading challenge, teens had to read two books and write a Halloween haiku in order to be entered to win two tickets to Talon Falls: Dead End Haunted House.

Here are the spooky haiku’s we received!

Happy Halloween
It is fun to trick or treat
I scare small children.

The masked murderer,
He stalks his prey like a wolf,
During the dark night…

Samhaini holiday.
Dress up, pranks, sweets, honor, death.
Now then, trick or treat?

Spooky, scary, fun
October thirty first, dark,
Candy, costumes, masks.

Demons and ghouls roaming streets,
Or costumed children.
This is Halloween.

One dark lonely night,
I was scared out of my sight.
I saw a scary shadow.
But then I realized.
It was only me.
On Halloween night.

It was a spooky spooky night.
Everything was deadly quiet.
Through the window.
Came a bright light that shone out the night.

He got adopted
Then he forgot about
Next he saved Sam.

With bats at great heights,
And vampires in the night,
Ghosts are in their flight.

There was a ghost house
A ghost lived in the ghost house
Happy Halloween!

The Teen Reading Challenge is monthly, so keep your eyes peeled for November and December! Good job, teen readers!