First Halloween

Tom’s first time out, fear on his face,
His costume’s on and mask in place,

Ghosts and ghouls glide through the dark,

Werewolves howling in the park.

Mummies stumble, monsters creep,

Vampires wake up from their sleep.

Witches wailing, black cats howling,

Iron gates with gargoyles scowling.

Moonlight shines on skeleton bones,

Frankenstein just grunts and moans.

Don’t be scared, knock the door,
See the pumpkin on the floor.

Tom sings his song, he tells a joke,
He hides the candy in his cloak.

He visits houses one by one,
And finds that Halloween is fun!