Flight of the Pumpkins!

Flight of the Pumpkins

By, Donna M. Monnig

Happy Halloween everyone! To celebrate I thought it appropriate to post one of my favorite Halloween poems. This one was penned by my co-author of Echoes of Time: A Collection of Rhyme, who is also my mother, Mildred L. Monnig. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

– picture courtesy of Kathi from her post Happy Halloween 🙂

Flight of the Pumpkins!

I went out to my pumpkin patch,

Thinking I would pick a batch. 

But when I got there, none could be found,

And that’s when I heard this eerie sound.

They threw themselves up in the air,

And looked at me with a real mean glare. 

They said “You’re not going to carve us today,

Because we’re going to run away.

We’re going to the witches cave,

To try and make them girls behave.

So they won’t be such a fright,

And scare the kids on Halloween night.” 

By, Mildred L. Monnig

Have a happy and blessed Halloween!

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About Donna M. Monnig

Donna M. Monnig is a published poet, aspiring novelist, freelance writer, a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, and is a cowgirl at heart.
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4 Responses to Flight of the Pumpkins!

  1. Kathi says:

    This is darling, and I like the happy ending thought that they were going to do something good! Did you mom write this? Must be where you got your love of poetry and your giftedness!

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    • Thank you! Yes, my mom wrote this, she is very talented. She has written some amazing children’s books, now if only we could get them published! Thanks for letting me borrow your picture to go with it.
      God Bless,
      Donna

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  2. booklover says:

    Adorable poem!!!!! I LOVE it! Your mother is very talented! I love the picture as well.

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