Halloween Limericks 2019
1.) Boo Limericks
There was a young girl from Kentucky
thought Vampires and Werewolves yucky
every year a princess
her Halloween excess
the neighbors all thought she was plucky.
There was a young lady from Texas
who scared of witches in black masses
she would not Trick or Treat
due to strangers she’d meet
so instead she would sit on the grass.
2.) Witching Hour Limericks
There’s a charming young lady named Ann
would dress up as a grumpy old man
give old ladies the fright
every Halloween night
knowing that only their husbands can.
There was a young boy from New Hampshire
who sang in the neighborhood church choir
in October he’d moan
in a deep ghostly groan
a Haunted House fright that will not tire.
There was a young fellow name Blaine
would do anything to avoid pain
went headless each year
a promotor of fear
a costume that seemed against his grain.
There once a was kiddie who we found,
his Mummy costume was tightly bound,
he could hardly catch breath
while playing living death
with Trick-or-Treat candy by the pound.
4.) Monster Limericks
Meet Elmer, young son of the Jones,
felt desire to collect bleached bones
to build a skeleton
on his porch just for fun
in his yard anonymous grave stones.
There was a young man from the suburbs
who wanted all candy in cupboards
so he put on a mask
and set out on his task
with his bag amongst monsters in herds.
There once was a joker from New York
on Halloween he’d dress as a stork
around young couples home
he would just roam and roam
his one unexplainable quirk.
Once A nervous young fellow named Fred
who hid all of his candy in bed
he’d say “Take my Brother
or maybe my sister!”
To an army of the walking dead.
An American Halloween
As weather worsens we discuss costumes
or how old witches fly with their brooms
When morning frost begins to numb toes
a change of seasons thirteen blows.
When spooky campfire stories fill our nights
with monsters we remember and their frights.
Halloween poems by Jamie Lee Hamann:
More poems for Halloween by John Hansen:
And Some Spooky Stories by Phyllis Doyle Burns:
Stick around for more Halloween Treats as we move into October.