A night of thieves
Better hide your eyes
Behind a mask
Or be recognized

A sack of loot
By your side
A lantern used
As your guide

Back to your lair
To divide the spoils
Make trades of one of these
For those

Then form your plans
To exact revenge
On any who dared to
Hand out raisins

I hope you enjoy this Spooky Metaphor Poem I'm posting for Halloween. It is similar to Mystery Metaphor Poems in that the reader guesses the subject of the poem. Good luck!

Goalie
Tensed
Waiting for action

A shot flies toward the net

The patient goalie
Scores
A midnight snack

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

Answer: REDIPS

Other Spooky Simile & Metaphor Poems:

I hope you enjoy this Spooky Metaphor Poem I'm posting for Halloween. It is similar to Mystery Metaphor Poems in that the reader guesses the subject of the poem. Good luck!

Old woman
Round of face
With nothing to do
But peer out
From behind
Her shifting curtains
And spy
On costumed children
Below

So eager to shine
A spotlight
On the masked figures
And expose their
Bags of tricks

This makes her Halloween
A delightful treat
And she pushes back
The curtains
And gleams

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

Answer: NOOM LLUF

Other Spooky Simile & Metaphor Poems:

I hope you enjoy this Spooky Metaphor Poem I'm posting for Halloween. It is similar to Mystery Metaphor Poems in that the reader guesses the subject of the poem. Good luck!

As the last rays of light retreat
The stealth plane emerges
From the hangar
And takes to the sky

Guided by sonar
It dips and glides
Searching out enemy targets
Devouring its blood-thirsty rival:

The mosquito

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

Answer: TAB

Other Spooky Simile & Metaphor Poems:

Baa, baa, black sheep,
Have you any wool?
Can't you see
My coat is full?

And it will stay this
Fluffy and nice
So stop bothering me!
Heed my advice!

Blah, blah, human,
Nothing left to say?
Good to hear!
Now, go away!

Baa, baa, black sheep,
Have you any wool?
Maybe I do.
Let's cut the bull.

I need my wool
To keep me warm,
So move along,
Get off my farm!

Don't get any of your
funny ideas.
Back away
And leave the shears.

Baa, baa, black sheep,
Have you any wool?
No, but here are
Three bags full.

One wouldn't listen
One saw too much
And one used his shears
So he was disposed of

So take up a shovel
And help dig holes
To dump the bags
And you'll get some wool

It's an offer
You shouldn't refuse
Because I just remembered
My fourth bag isn't full...
Yet.

(Of course this version isn't for kids. Just angry, naked sheep.)

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