Poetry Friday: Halloween haiku

Is there such a thing as a Halloween haiku? Hmmm…not sure. But why not??

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I know, it’s still a bit early for Halloween – or is it? I was going to hold off on sharing this until later in the month, but then I realized there are only 3 weeks left until Halloween…so I’m not waiting any longer!
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28 thoughts on “Poetry Friday: Halloween haiku

  1. Matt, what a lovely digital inspiration you have created. I especially like how you broke the lines. It allows me to anticipate the ending. I would like to include this one in Autumn’s Palatte Gallery because it shows the eerie, darkish side of autumn. What do you think? Please consider writing another one too. I am sure it is magnificent in NH this fall. (Pat already sent me his poems.)

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  2. This is a really eerie haiku. I love the visual with it. So what costumes will your little ones have this year. Can’t believe there are only three more weeks.
    Thanks for sharing your work.

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    1. Thank you so much, Joy! My 5-year-old son wants to be a T-Rex (not sure how we’re going to do that, but last year he was a biplane, so a dinosaur shouldn’t be THAT hard!) His 2-year-old sister meanwhile, having hit the terrible two’s, already ACTS like a T-Rex sometimes….sigh.

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  3. dmayr

    So very evocative, Matt. Did you take the photo in your own backyard? It gives me the chills just looking at the combination of blue-black and and clouds.

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  4. maryleehahn

    Too early for Halloween? Are you kidding? The grocery store was all done up for CHRISTMAS yesterday, with Halloween displays shrinking to a minimum, ready to be whisked into the fire in the hearth under where the stockings are already hung. Give. Me. A. Break. One holiday at a time and let us enjoy the easy playfulness of Halloween before we have to get into the politics of Christmas. Geez.

    (Well, I guess you can tell THAT nerve is a bit tender…)

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