It’s Halloween and it’s a Saturday—a fantastic combination of good weather and time to enjoy every minute of it with family and friends. At home, we’ve been preparing for the thrills and chills of Halloween night by watching horror movies: some classics, like Son of Frankenstein, and others that are terrible and campy in the very best way. Here’s some poetry to heighten the tension and help create a spooky atmosphere. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!           GARDEN UNDER LIGHTNING—Leonora Speyer (Published in 1921) (Ghost-Story) Out of the storm that muffles shining night Flash roses ghastly-sweet, And lilies far … Continue reading GHOSTLY POEMS