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Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Nothing To Fear Here ...





It's almost Halloween so, Karen over at Baking in a Tornado had this completely barking mad idea REALLY GOOD idea that we should all get together and write a poem about it.

Along with some other (I suspect far more talented) bloggers I thought I'd give it a go.

If you've been around Fudge for long you will have seen that I have somewhat of a love for the old poetry lark.  I'm rather more enthusiastic than talented though as a quick look back at my previous attempts proved with this one that I wrote the day I discovered I was wearing my dress INSIDE OUT in town and this one after I accidently baked my son cock cakes for his Birthday. Oh, and THIS one when all my appliances ganged up on me and finally - this one about bingo and big boobs ...

Anyway, I think it's fair to say that my poetry pretty much sucks BUT I DON'T CARE and I carry on writing it anyway.

It's not quite as bad as Miss Macs pumpkin carving though as I think this photo proves ...


And this is why she isn't allowed to do it anymore ...


So, with no more ado - I give you:

Nothing To Fear Here


There's a night in October called All Hallows Eve
when the ghosts and the ghouls come to play
They dance and they prance and they cackle with glee
all with a faint whiff of decay


Spooks, apparitions and phantoms roam free
Ghosts, wraiths, bats and goblins abound
The churchyard becomes a no-go zone
As they claim it as their stomping ground

Jack-O-Lanterns burn on the windowsill bright
To ward off the evil spectre
While inside I huddle (the covers pulled high)
On speed dial the local Rector

It isn't the witches and wizards I fear
(Though they do play a part in my thoughts)
Or even the touch of those cold, bony hands
It's the fact that they're covered in WARTS!

I mean, come on witches, ghoulies and ghosts
Take a seat, have a cheeky Sambuca
It's a medical ailment and easily cured
Just apply a little Bazuka!


Don't forget to check out the other entries by clicking on the links below!


Blogger and Blog: Karen of Baking In A Tornado
Name of Poem: Stubble, Rubble, Boil and Bubble
Link: http://www.bakinginatornado.com/2015/10/stubble-rubble-boil-and-bubble.html

Blogger and Blog: Lydia of Cluttered Genius
Name of Poem: A (Parenting) Halloween Poem
Link: http://www.clutteredgenius.com/2015/10/27/a-parenting-halloween-poem/

Blogger and Blog: Sarah of The Momisodes
Name of Poem:
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Blogger and Blog: Dawn of Spatulas on Parade
Name of Poem: Ghost, Gobblins and Dessert OH MY
Link: http://spatulasonparade.blogspot.com/2015/10/ghost-gobblins-and-dessert-oh-my.html

Blogger and Blog: Robin of Someone Else's Genius
Name of Poem: It Could Happen - A Poem
Link: http://www.someoneelsesgenius.com/2015/10/it-could-happen-poem.html

Blogger and Blog: Tamara of Confessions of a part-time working mom
Name of Poem: Of Springboks and Ghouls 
Link: http://thethreegerbers.blogspot.com/2015/10/of-springboks-and-ghouls.html 

Blogger and Blog: Sarah of People Don't Eat Enough Fudge
Name of Poem: Nothing To Fear Here 
Link: http://peopledonteatenoughfudge.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/nothing-to-fear-here.html

Blogger and Blog: Candice of Measurements of Merriment
Name of Poem: Witches & Vampires
Link: http://measurementsofmerriment.blogspot.de/2015/10/witches-vampires.html

Blogger and Blog: Jules of The Bergham Chronicles
Name of Poem: Spooktacular Poetry
Link: http://berghamchronicles.blogspot.com/2015/10/spooktacular-poetry.html

Blogger and Blog: Jenn of Sparkly Poetic Weirdo
Name of Poem: The Maddening Mask
Link: http://sparklyjenn.blogspot.com/.../the-maddening-mask.html

Blogger and Blog: Steena of The Angrivated Mom
Name of Poem: Cursed By The Devil's Kiss 
Link: https://angrivatedmom.wordpress.com/?p=493&preview=true

Blogger and Blog: Anna-May of Silence of the Mom
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9 comments:

Tamara Gerber said...

Hahaha, you turned it into a commercial!
Happy Halloween!

Candice Masterson said...

Love the comical twist at the end. SPOOKtacular Halloween Poem.

Karen @BakingInATornado said...

Your poetry does not suck, making me laugh is a success in my book.
Which, by the way, Miss Mac's pumpkin did a good job of as well!

Jenn Solivais said...

Oh my goodness this had me chuckling! Too cute! :)

Robin Allen said...

I think the roses from my poem could use the bazuka! LOL

Val said...

I was sweating that one out, afraid a FOOT might make an appearance. Warts aren't quite as bad. At first glance, I thought that pumpkin was the cake you made for your son.

lydia said...

Love the twist! Gotta have the Bazuka! :)

Emma Kate at Paint and Style said...

Hehe. Love the way you add the product! always good for foreign readers. I thought your daughters pumpkin said LOLY at first! Wicked creature! ;) x

angrivatedmom said...

And THAT is why I spell my Liliahna'a nickname LILIE!!!! Bahahahaha!