The Ghost Bear Hugger – A Halloween Poem

We have a little Halloween poem for you to share tonight on this All Hallows Eve!

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The Ghost Bear Hugger

Creeping & crawling in the dead of night,

the ghost bear hugger keeps you in his sight.

He looks for campers to hug with all his might.

He’s ghost bear hugger of the Salamander woods.

 

He dips & he dives behind the trees,

the ghost bear hugger doesn’t want to be seen.

He sneaks up behind you, but he’s not mean.

He’s the ghost bear hugger of the Salamander woods.

 

He tip toes around ever so quiet,

the ghost bear hugger won’t start a riot.

There’s no need be scared humans aren’t part of his diet.

He’s the ghost bear hugger of the Salamander woods.

 

He glides through the night without a sound,

the ghost bear hugger floats off the ground.

He just likes to hug the people he’s found.

He’s the ghost bear hugger of the Salamander woods.

 

He isn’t up for scaring you away,

the ghost bear hugger really wants you stay .

He liked you sing and dance and play.

He’s the ghost bear hugger of the Salamander woods.

 

He’s actually quite mellow;

the ghost bear hugger is just a lonely fellow 

When there is no one to hug, he lets out a great loud bellow.

He’s the ghost bear hugger of the Salamander woods.

 

So if you feel a squeeze in the middle of night;

no need to be full of a terrible fright.

You’ve just been hugged with all of his might

by the ghost bear hugger of the Salamander woods.

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One thought on “The Ghost Bear Hugger – A Halloween Poem

  1. Anonymous

    Love it!

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