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Dust Bunny Halloween
by Sean D Rasmussen

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The dust bunnies are in a hurry,
getting ready for Halloween.
decorating the house in a flurry,
in black, orange and green.

They are putting up spooky ghosts
and decorating every wall.
Trying to see who can put the most
decorations in the hall.

They all are dressed up
ready for Halloween night.
Each has punch in a cup
lit up with a green glow light.

One is dressed in toilet paper,
as a bunny mummy,
another is dancing a little caper,
dressed as a clown so funny.

One has wings and is a bat,
and another is a tinfoil knight,
One is dressed as a kitty cat.
All are dressed up for Halloween night.

The Laundry Hampster is also coming tonight,
snacking on a green sock.
dressed up with a bubble pipe
as the detective Sherlock.

The Halloween party starts soon,
so we go to the party place.
Under the light of the full moon,
There are smiles on every face.

A pumpkin was glowing bright,
at the party door.
Glowing with an eerie light
at those dancing across the floor.

The bunnies were having fun,
doing different things.
The Laundry Hampster did run,
to get a spider ring.

They bobbed for apples and played games,
They danced across the floor.
They got to see spooky things
and wanted to see more.

They got to carve a pumpkin,
with a scary face.
In a sack race they were jumping
all about the place.

The night passed by all to soon,
and then it was time to leave.
All are smiling under the moon,
eating their treats on Hallows Eve.

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Reviewed by clay
Excellent poem, its about time.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
captivating read and a delight to behold! excellent write!!
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader)
Makes me wonder what the dust bunnies here are up to. Enjoyable write...
Reviewed by Calendula Petal (Reader)
Love it.....I do the whole thing...the costume the wig the food the scarey music....
Your poem has definately got me in the mood.
Reviewed by Calendula Petal (Reader)
Great imagery! Wonderful read!!!!!

Sandie May / Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by na na (Reader)
Yes captive words spread thoughout with a freedom that lasts all the way through.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
So wonderful was this one a pure delight..

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