I Feel The Urge To Confess

Halloween party is in progress,

I feel the urge to confess.

Frightful creatures start to fly around you,

Be aware of what they can do.

The witch flies upon her broom,

Ghosts stare in the gloom.

Black cats stretch their sharp paws,

Spider webs hang above the creepy lawns.

Look out, Look out,

Folks must be careful what’s this all about.

Seeing bloody faces at your door,

No panic, Stand firmly on the floor.

When humans wear masks,

They are doing what tradition asks.

This is the time pumpkins glow

with funny faces,

This is the time car horns blow

in the creepiest places.

Big ghost, small ghosts,

Fancy ghosts, ordinary ghosts,

Ghosts who write blog posts,

They show up, they disappear,

Have FUN, carry No fear.

Ghoul’s Gala Party hosted by Leo

Writer’s Island

One Single Impression (Fancy)

Monday Poetry Train Revisited

Poets United (Poetry Pantry)

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Week 8 Theme: Halloween or Trick Treat

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Halloween Party At Jingle Poetry Monday Poetry Potluck Tomorrow

The Most Powerful Poet Award by Jingle

The Spookiest Poet of 2010 Award by Jingle

Poetry Potluck Participation Pride Award (Made by Trisha)

Jingle wishes to give the THREE above awards to all poets who have participated our Monday Poetry Potluck during week 1-7, Jingle also wants to offer these awards to poets who are interested in attending our potluck Halloween party tomorrow…

Star Blog Award

4 Bloggers who own dogs by Purple Hatter

The Hip Hop Blog Award

made by Purple Hatter

The Haunting Princess Award

By Jingle

Trick Treat Bag

Jingle wishes to offer The three awards above plus the bag to all of her blogging friends who have left a comment in her blog during October and wish to have them, Happy Halloween To You All!

The following friends are specifically recognized for their outstanding contribution during the past weeks or potential to support our potluck in the near future, all of you are sincerely invited to claim any of the awards from above, and attend our Monday Poetry Potluck tomorrow:

Olivia

RiikaInfinityy

Tracyhsays.com

Buttercup600

Jamie Dedes

Trisha

Leo (Leonnyes)

Someone Is Special

lovelyannie79

Talon

Kavita

Revbillcook

Emmanuel Ibok

PinkLady.

Lynette

Diane Truswell

Evelyn

Scent of my heart

Tfeatherston12

Morganna

Bodhirose

ladynimue

Xacrest

lynnaima

Bright Light – Dark Words

Deadpoet88

Thoughtsnotlost

Umamaheswari Anandane

Megzone

lynnaima

Panda Wolf

Wiserskydiver

Liliana Negoi

Lu Ann

Chris G.

Papo

LeiffyV

Dallasgiraffe89

Marlee-I Mystic

Just another girl

liv2write2day

Marit

Ms. Peaches

Shigune Matsui

childofagodunseen

Words4Afriend

2zpoint

Hikkii-chan

Shawn Bird

Alakaline

likewine

DiamondsAndDogs

Chamiechamz

Umapoems

Rashmi Jayakrishnan

Inez Salcido

Dan

Celebrating a Year

Gabriela Abalo

LoLa

Tasithoughts

Mstevensson

Belladonna23

Ashbeezone

Keshav Ram Narla

Hindawy

B

Fire and Ice

Notjeffery

Dr Madan Goyal

Kimberly’s Page

Wysteria

Stars Shined Down

Eaton Bennett

Teresa

Heart

joanny

Suzanne

Heartspell

Williewizzy

Gretchen

Jessicas Japes

Shashi

Magic in the Backyard

A.B. Thomas, Mutter Fluka

Brian (Truth is freedom)

Artswebshow

Christine

Alethea

Angela Cohan

Julie Jordan Scott

kathew

Ella’s Edge

Somethings I Think About-Annell

Lyn

Imagina

Melissa

Woih

Tekia

Eric

David Waters

Bodhirose

Fiveloaf

Luke Prater

Amanda

Sharp Little Pencil

diabolik181

William Manson

Myrna R.

flaubert

Soulintention

Harshika

Carolina

Rene/ Not The Rockefellers

Caty

Bernadine

She

Ramesh Sood

Juice Box

Dom*

Whisper of Life

I Release Me

things i’ll never say~

Stafford Ray

700miles

Stilekke’s Blog

Giovanni Cucullo

RAE

Suz

Ogungbesan20

Punam

Cheryl

Dillon

gautami tripathy

Gospelwriter

Wysteria

Meenas17

the migration of words

Ana

Author, G. D. Grace

Carrie Burtt

Mary

Reflections

Cassiopeia Rises

Geraldine

Lisa

Carmen Henesy

Diane Truswell

Judy Roney

Lisa

C.M. Jackson

Katherine

KB

Timoteo

Everyday Goddess

Myrna R.

Dave King

Jerry

Gerardine Baugh

Lens and Verses

AS

Cindy

Ediomo

Ana Goncalves

Creativity!!

A New Day

Average Poet

And Now Poems

Humbucker Poems

Goo J. Poet

madamebutterfly

Poetry Matters

The 5th Sister

The Chocolate Chip Waffle

The Road Less Traveled

A Collection Of Poetry

Just Me

Pat

Bernadine

EG Wow

My Missing Life

Rel

Vodka Logic

Prayer Girl

Short Poems

Kerry O’Connor

Paul C

Marilyn

The Square Corner

Kristin

Old Ollie

Systematic Weasel

Strummed Words

Felicitas

THE BEATY

Jessica Graf

Tina

Eileen O’Neill

Ann

CM @ A Little Lilac

Bahadur Hussain

The Write Girl

Marilyn

Catalyst

A Lady’s Life

Kumiko Mae

Tim Keeton

Michele Spector

Akelamalu

Wordwand

Viola

Susannah

Everyday Goddess

Leah Michaels

Jargnar

Julielaing

WordsWorthMillions

lucykiss

Melissa

GeekNinja92

Annie

Matty

Izzy

Book Bird Dog

Deborah

Kraxpelax

Shail Raghuvanshi

Afternoon Tea.

Jinksy

katdish

Lulda Casadaga

I’m a Second Man

As I observed…!

Ananchorage

Selina Kingston

SuziCate

SoberNuggets

Gramma Ann

Mona

Shell

Autumn Drizzle

Beautiful

Jingle Poetry Submission Rule: One poem each week, you can submit a poem related to our theme,  a poem unrelated to our theme works well too. We suggest that you post your entry on or by Sunday, link in as soon as we are open, that’s how you get the best possible feedback on your work.

Week 8 Theme: Halloween or Trick Treat

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The Linking is open from Sunday 8pm to Wednesday, 8am, America Central Time!

Alphabe-Thursday: F Is 4…

Frogs follow fish in a pond,

Forests find friends in camping ground.

Fairies fly high,

Farmers are fond of fruit pie.

Families fight to stay fit,

Film fans feel feverish to famous fellows’ wit.

Fall in love with fascinating Fall,

Fear nothing at all.

Facts and factors form a riddle,

Face a fabulous fiddle.

Faith facilitates fulfilling future,

Fire all the filthy creature.

Free fictional fears,

Fix fidget tears and wears.

File a final and fateful divorce

to all false and frightful force.

No more grades of F,

Enough talks of F…

Alphabe-Thursday ( F is 4…)

Submitted to Poets United Thursday Thinking Tank: Fears!

What I Write Is What I Like

I like girls smart and small,
I like boys brave and tall.
I like babies who don’t squall,
I like kittens that curl up like a ball.
.
I like to walk in a shopping mall,
I like to listen to music in a concert hall.
I like to be as innocent as a doll,
I like to celebrate the season of Fall.
.
Summer is fine with solid green,
The sweetest season is spring,
Fall is perfect, I mean,
Winter is O. K. with silver sheen.
.
What I write
Is what I like,
What I like
Is what I write.

ABC Wednesday-O Is 4 Oranges…

Arugula Salad with Oranges and Avo

Field Greens With Oranges

Fresh Oranges

Moro Blood Oranges

Orange And Almond Cake

Tartine Confiture Orange

Salmon Oranges Olivies

Roasted Sweet Potato With Oranges

Pork Braised with Oranges

Oranges with Cinnamon

Oranges and Creamy Cookies

Orange Meat

Orange Salad

Orange Delight

Funny Oranges

Orange In The Sun

Orange Faces

ABC Wednesday O Is 4 Oranges, Enjoy!

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Grace your curious mind

with something optimistic and kind,

Open up to options and opportunities at hand.

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Haiku Height: Optimistic

One Single Impression: Grace

Sunday Scribblings, #238 – Curious

Happy Tuesday,

Enjoy my orange and poetry treats today! xxx

How Women And Men Love (4 Victoria Writing Prompt)

A woman loves a man,

She shows it via her cooking,

A man loves a woman,

He cares more about her looking.

A woman who loves a man wants a child or two,

It is a bliss if the man wants the same too.

After they work out plans to stay merry,

They will get engaged and marry.

She loves him, body and soul,

He loves her, more than he can tell.

It’s his greatest joy to plow and sow

As their love continue to grow.

Their baby may have Daddy’s eyes,

Black, brown, or blue,

Their kitchen may have Mommy’s pies,

Warm, fresh, and cool.

The loving birds know happiness there is no transcending,

Their marriage holds for goodness’ sake a rather cheery ending!

How women and men love,

That’s my take from above.

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This poem is an entry for Victoria’s Monday Writing Prompt.

http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/monday-morning-writing-prompt-the-difference-between-men-and-women/