Nursery rhymes for Halloween?
Look at that goose-riding character.
She is carrying a broom and wearing a pointy hat.
Harry Hairy, you are quite scary
How do you keep your fangs so strong?
I drink moonbeam milk, floss with spider silk,
And use a file to keep them long.
Old Witchy Hubbard
Went to the cupboard
To fetch a stew pot of bone
But to her vexation
There’d been reanimation . . .
Those bones now stood on their own.
Ghosties, goblins, howl and wail,
Catch a black cat by the tail
If it vanishes from view
It might be best if you did too.
Chantilly Vampire flies through the town,
Upstairs, downstairs, in her cape and gown.
Scratching on the windows, shrieking her request:
“Send your children out to play—youngsters taste the best.”
Little Mad Mummy
Filled up his tummy
Eating fried bats and ghoul kooties
There came a big rumble
And a quite gassy grumble
That unraveled Mad Mummy’s patootie.