October 2010 – Candy

Leftover candy
the delicious result of
very good planning
~Harlean

Seductive white ghost
Sweet as soft cotton candy
Looking to spook ya
~George N.
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

The flavor of ghosts
Sweet candy then vanishing
As she haunts your lips
~Andy Robertson
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

a frisky devil,
a mix of sweet and smoky;
like candied bacon
~Liz
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest,
&
continuing her run of blending
Bacon with all other topics

She’s dressed like a cat
Her eyes are on the prowl
Searching for some sweets
~George N.
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

a bowl of Snickers
scary movie on TV
why answer the door?
~quirks

The fire haired witch
burning through smoke bright blue-eyed
candy for my thoughts
~Andy Robertson
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

Planning something nice
Stirring up candy galore
That witch I adore
~George N.
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

candy and devils
are not as bad as they say
and fun to unwrap
~Jerry
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

Red lips like candy
Witches’ cauldron at her side
Blue-eyed spell-caster
~Andy Robertson
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

The devil in red
Is sweet like a lollipop
You cannot resist
~George N.
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

sugar, so sweet
there on your fingertips
taste of the divine
~Soma

A strawberry for picking
with devil fork-service
her flavor like candy clouds
~Andy Robertson
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

a spooky feeling
someone is stealing your candy
but no one is there
~Jerry
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

here kitty kitty
oops! more than i bargained for
here have some candy
~Jerry
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

A cat at pre-pounce
Isn’t candy easily
Taken by the scared
~Andy Robertson
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

Her version of candy I
Wouldn’t taunt mildly
Cats mostly land on their claws
~Andy Robertson
from the Facebook
‘Halloween Candy Haiku’ contest

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