Halloween Poem: Two Too Disguised

I think that she likes me, she whispered it low
The girl at the Halloween dance
I drenched her with soda and stepped on her toe
Before I snapped out of my trance
Her eyes were like sunbeams, so warm and so bright
The girl in the octopus suit
With tentacles flailing, we danced through the night
With magic too strong to dispute
I think that she`s special, she might be the one
My future`s behind that green mask
Oh who needs the oceans, the moon or the Sun
Her beauty is all that I ask
But now it`s November, yes Halloween`s passed
There`s no one but me who`s to blame
With us both in disguise from the first to the last
I wish I had asked for her name
       ~Jeff Mondak



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