Halloween – Scary Rhymes (poesie in inglese)

Per tutti i docenti di inglese o per chi lavora in una scuola bilingue o internazionale, ho raccolto alcune “Scary Rhymes”. Spero vi possano essere utili 🙂

Poesie e filastrocche in lingua inglese:

 

SCARY RHYME

Witches, ghosts and cats …

Pumpkins, owls and bats …

skeletons

and monsters to scare …

Guess who?

Yes of course it’s you!

 

HALLOWEEN DANCE

Big and round the witch’s hat,

dance the witches and their black cats.

First go up then go down lots of wtiches all around.

First go left then go right.

Enjoy the dance,

it’s Halloween night!

 

TRICK OR TREAT?

Trick or treat?

Trick or treat?

Gime me something good to eat!

Chocolate, sweets or ice cream.

Yummy! Yum!

It’s Halloween.

Trick or treat?

Trick or treat?

Gime me something good to eat!

 

A GHOST STORY

On a dreadful stormy night
My dear Tommy had a fight
With great Peter Snookum Snee,
Cat of fighting pedigree.

In this battle, sad to tell,
My poor Tom, alas, he fell,
Ending thus his earthly life
Through the wicked God of Strife

On the next night while in bed,
Sleepless and with aching head,
For my Tom, my precious pet,
My poor eyes with tears were wet.

Suddenly his voice I heard,
And in ghostly whispers purred,
“I am coming, mistress, dear,
Yes, ‘tis true I’m very near.

“Good cat heaven have I left,
I would comfort you, bereft
For your precious Tommy pet,
I would teach you not to fret.

“Do you hear me in the hall
With my ghostly soft footfall?
Up the stairs I bound to thee,
Jumping steps from one to three.

“Now my paw is on your door,
I turn the knob one-two-three-four,
And you may see your Tommy now–
Me-ow! Me-ow! Me-ow! ow! ow!”

 

WHAT CAN YOU SEE?

What can you see on Halloween night?

Bats and witches flying so high!

Vampires behind the house.

Ghosts under the window.

Monsters, skeletons and more!

Run! Be quick! Close the door!

 

 

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