Mr. Macklin takes his knife And carves the yellow pumpkin face: Three holes bring eyes and nose to life, The mouth has thirteen teeth in place. Then Mr. Macklin just for fun Transfers the corn-cob pipe from his Wry mouth to Jack's, and everyone Dies laughing! O what fun it is Till Mr. Macklin draws the
From Shakespeare’s witches to John Donne’s apparition to Edgar Allan Poe’s unnerving raven, we’ve got a selection of poems full of tricks, treats, and haunts for Halloween. For more Halloween resources, including poems, essays, lesson plans, and more, check out our Halloween Poems page.