Halloween Poems Have Scary Themes
February 19th, 2017
Halloween poems are usually full of fright. This special evening at the end of October is supposed to be scary, and the atmosphere is usually created by some traditional characters that have been used for many years. There are some great Halloween poems that tell tales about these same traditional Halloween characters. The Halloween poems often have the scary characters trying to terrify others. The witches in some of the poems are there to feed poison apples or ugly worms to small children. The ghosts inhabit the homes of small children to create terror in their lives. All good poems should have vivid images, but Halloween poems should have vivid and scary images.
There are some great collections of Halloween poems that can be found in the local library or bookstore. These can be used for readings at parties before and after this exciting holiday. The published poems are often very scary so these are great to read in the classroom or at a special party. These poems are especially effective if the atmosphere in the room adds to the fright in the poem. The lights should be low or off. There should be some spider webs and faces dripping with blood.
Halloween Poems Are Great Writing Activities
Halloween poems are great writing activities to use in the classroom to prepare for a special holiday. Children usually love to write, and they love the characters from Halloween. Their poems usually have plenty of witches scaring other people around the world. They often write about haunted houses with ghosts terrorizing the occupants. Children often include some great sound effects when they write their Halloween poems. There are often chains that rattle to scare people or whistling sounds in the dark.
Some of the local newspapers have writing contests for the best Halloween poem. These are fun for the children in the local community. Some of the newspapers have prizes for the best poem submitted in certain age groups. These Halloween poems usually have the images that will scare others like the poems children might write in their classrooms. Often the judges look for the scariest poem. The writers who can scare others often win the prizes in their age category. The newspapers often have a special page for Halloween, and they often print the Halloween poems that won the prizes. Children love the idea of having their poems printed where everyone can read their creation. They are usually most happy if people find their writing very scary.