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Poem: Halloween Moon 

Halloween Moon

It's Halloween night, spooky
costumes everywhere.
The sky is beautiful
with its leather jacket of stars.
The moon must be trick or treating
somewhere else,
because it's not here with us tonight.
I have already got my candy
and eaten it,
but the moon has not.

—Ana Dooley (9 years)
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