It’s Halloween

October 24, 2007
By anwar shah, Shoreline, WA

It’s nine o’clock when some one rings the bell on my house. I open the door, finding dead people and ghosts everywhere. No one is running or screaming, instead all the kids are wearing costumes, knocking on doors and saying “Trick or treat!” What’s weird is when the ghost children knock on a door a witch with a broom in her right hand and a bowl full of candies in her warty claw appears and gives the kids a handful of sweets. Next, I see pumpkins that have scary eyes and mouths with fire in side of them. I wonder to my self what is this place and how did I get here? I turn around and see a man who is dressed normal; I ask, “Why is everybody wearing costumes?” “Why are there ghosts and scary looking pumpkins?” The man looks at me with a weird look and says, “Don’t you know its Halloween?”

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