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A Halloween Adventure

by Rosario Charie Albar The night was dark and dreary I was tired and weary The air was far from cheery I felt a little leery. I heard a faint knock, knock Like the tick tock of a clock Not the pounding of a rock But the turning of a lock. I went to open the door And beheld not one but four And in the distance many more Ghosts so scary I fainted on the floor. "Come with us for a jaunt" "To places we will haunt" I cowered and said "please don't" But they dragged me as was their wont. Our first stop was at a bar Where men were drinking by the jar Ghosts appeared and it was war But the drunks merely laughed har, har, har. To a parked car we went Where love was heavenly sent The ghosts screeched and gave full vent But the lovers were to each only intent. Then we crashed into a party Kids in costumes how teenie boppy The ghosts in unison howled eerily "Cool" said the kids and danced merrily. The night was being pared Yet not one victim had been sc