CHIEF November 2017
Student Poetry Happy Halloween!!! By Brayden Weaver When leaves start turning orange and golden-brown Kids start to dress in costumes so dandy. For one day a year, all around the town It is time for kids to earn some candy. Every fun boy and girl shall throw on the mask, And with pleasure, shall knock on a door. They all know what question they must ask Trick or Treat? I need candy. Give me more? Up in the sky, with the bright moon so full, A witch is joined by her furry black cats. A scary man is leaning against a pole. The silence is broken by shrieking bats.
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Halloween is not always full of fright, For anyone can be a kid that night.
The Moon Child By Sunny Holt
She was the prettiest constellation in the night sky Her soul was filled with never-ending galaxies Her tears were the meteors that destroyed anything in their path Her heart, like the sun, was always on fire The Moon Child, they called her The Moon Child
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