Sunday, October 29, 2017

Halloweensie Fun



Ladies and Gentlemen!

The contest is fun and offers an opportunity to win great prizes. You, too, can enter--IF YOU DARE!
Bwahahaha! 
Basic Rules: Write a 100 word Halloween story appropriate for children using the words candy, monster, and shadow. Full info on the contest link above. MUST be posted by midnight 10/31.

So--here goes, folks. We all know this is not great literature, but I tried. Did you?

The Monster’s Regret

The monster crept
Behind the kids,
As they went trick or treating.
The monster leapt
Upon a bag
Of candy corn for eating.
The children wept
For loss of sweets
And fear of monster beatings.
The monster swept
Away a tear
Of sorrow that’s defeating.
The monster stepped
Up to the kids,
His candy swipe deleting.
The monster kept
No candy corn.
To keep it would be cheating.
The monster slept
Quite well that night
In shadows and clean sheeting.

Happy Halloweening!




30 comments:

  1. Wow! You're really playing with rhyming net, here. And it's funny, too! Great entry!

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  2. Clever use of rhyme and I like that he does the right thing. Clear conscience!

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  3. Fun with a satisfying ending :) Good luck!

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  4. A clear conscious and clean sheets are the key to great sleep. Good luck!

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  5. What a nice monster. Good luck! :-)

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  6. That was fun! I loved your word usage, the stop / start rhythm, and visuals. Good job!

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    1. Glad you liked it, Rhonda. Thanks for the comments.

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  7. That was great! I love the story it tells.
    Happy Halloween.

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  8. The rhyme and tempo is so much fun! Love the repeating pattern. Great Halloween story!

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  9. Nice pace and rhythm! Love that the monster sleeps well after returning the candy. Very funny.

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  10. a monster with a conscience, yes! we need more of those around these days :)
    great rhyme and rhythm.
    best of luck!

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  11. Nice pattern and a cute story! ��

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  12. Fun! And very clever rhyming. I love it!

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  13. Ah, I see that monster learned a lesson. Great story!

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  14. Great rhyme, fun story, Jane! Glad the monster had a change of heart :) Thanks so much for joining in the Halloweensie fun!

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