I hope you've been enjoying the Spooky Simile Poems that I've been posting this month of Halloween. They are similar to Mystery Metaphor Poems in that the reader guesses the subject of the poem.

Good luck!

She looked like a sculpture
Chipped from black onyx
On exhibit in the middle of my path home

Her eyes were like two topaz stones, fixed
Shining like lighthouse beacons
Or a hypnotist's medallion on the upswing

I stood there like an art critic
Admiring her chiseled form

Then she broke from the pose
Leaving the path empty
And me with bad luck

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


Other Spooky Simile & Metaphor Poems:

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