Halloween Poem: A Spirited Denial
It’s what the children shout
But I’ve been here for centuries
And ghosts I've been without
I died in 1824
My age was ninety-three
There’s never been a single ghost
There’s no one here but me
Haunted house? Ridiculous!
A ghost I would have seen
So don’t be scared, come ring my bell
I’m here each Halloween!
You can hear this poem performed by a song by the amazingly talented musician "Cathead" Alan Johnston at
by clicking here.
Alan's version of the "A Spirited Denial" appears on the new CD Halloween Treats with Victor R. Vampire & Friends (click on the picture for ordering information):