Halloween Song: A poem for National Poetry Day

Halloween Song¬† by Marjorie Barrows Published in The Giant Golden Book of Elves and Fairies (1951) Three little witches Pranced in the garden, Three little witches Danced from the moon; One wore a wishing hat, One held a pussy cat, One went a pitty pat And whispered a tune. Out flew an owl Who glared... Continue Reading →

Black and Gold: A Halloween poem for National Poetry Day

This is a Halloween poem I learned as a school girl. Actually, it was taught to me as a song by my music teacher, Mrs. C. I loved singing it. But it really is a poem by Nancy Byrd Turner (1880-1971). She was a Virginian poet who, among other accomplishments, was an editor for The... Continue Reading →

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