29 October 2019

Halloween


The moon dresses in clouds to hide,
it is a date with Past, tonight.
An owl hoots in the swirling fog,
eleven bats hang on the clock.

The garden dances in the dusk,
the deads get up, shake off the dust.
Shadows appear along the path,
grey skin, sharp teeth, snake tongue, red eyes.

Witches and elves slink in the house,
a spider spins web on your mouth.
The floor groans up under a step,
you feel someone's breath on your neck.

The candlelight sways, and a pale,
old worn out painting tells a tale.
At last, the sky brings forth the dawn,
and all things find their way back home.











Halloween


Felhők mögé bújt a hold,
Összeér a van, a volt.
Köd szitál, bagoly huhog,
Denevér száll, imbolyog.

Táncol a kert, felsikolt,
Holtak rázzák le a port.
Árny suhan, kattan a zár,
Vámpírfogat rejt a száj.

Láthatatlan súly alatt
Padló ropog, nyög a pad.
Parázs izzik, gyertya ég,
Mesét mond a régi kép.

Ajtód előtt csúf manók,
Hálót sző köréd a pók.
Jön a hajnal, fut az éj,
Mind, mi volt, a múltba tér.
















































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24 comments:

  1. Great Halloween poem, Edit! And lovely matching photos! Hugs, my friend.

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  2. Lovely photos and poem, Edit!
    Have a great Halloween,

    Hugs, Ida

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  3. Es un placer pasar por su blog Saludos

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    1. Thank you, José! I'm glad you like my blog! :-)
      Have a nice day!

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  4. a BIG WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    for this ultimately scary brilliant poetry dear Edit :)
    you are wonderful at details and in catching depth of topic
    excellent !
    wishing you all the joys in world my friend!

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    1. Thank you so much, my dear friend!
      Have a wonderful weekend!
      Big hugs!

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  5. oh yes your moon capture is exquisite :)
    powerful shot and really beautiful :)

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  6. Yes, spook-tacular. Happy November to you.

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    1. Thank you very much! Happy November to you too! :)

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  7. Loys of things go bump in the night — bump right back! :-)

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  8. I like how the dawn helps all things find their ways back home.

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  9. You have beautifully captured the Halloween spirit in your words and photos!

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    1. Thank you very much! Have a great weekend!

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  10. Such lovely photographs and poem, I hope you had a great Halloween.
    Happy November wishes.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thank you very much, dear Jan! Happy November to you!

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  11. To be saved by dawn in the end... that's how it always ends... but nights are looong.

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