It's the month of Halloween, so I'll be posting Spooky Simile Poems every Wednesday for the rest of the month. They are similar to Mystery Metaphor Poems in that the reader guesses the subject of the poem.

Good luck!

She had
Hair like moss, tangled, in the dell
Eyes like caves where bats would dwell
Eyelashes like webs a spider forgot
Nose like a sweet potato starting to rot
Ears like hornets' nests that sag
Teeth like barnacles on rocky crags
Lips like dry, cracked desert land
Chin like kelp-covered dune of sand
Skin like earth after a hard hail shower
Mole rising like the Devil's Tower
No need for her to stir brew and chant
One look at her would make one faint

What is it? Can you guess the subject of this poem? The answer is below, written backwards.

Answer: HCTIW

Other Spooky Simile & Metaphor Poems:

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