If you are in need of some Halloween sayings, you have come to just the right page!
I have collected a lot of poems, greeting and other Halloween words, and now it's up to you in this collection to find the Halloween text that goes for exactly the Halloween postcard or Halloween invitation you are about to make.
If you haven't come that far and you are still looking for a card to print or
clipart for the invitation, you can find that as well here on Clipartqueen.com.
Take a look way at the bottom on this page, and you will find links and pictures that will guide you directly to the pages you need!
For this whole page not to be only text, I will add some Halloween clipart or Halloween Party Invitations to go along with all the cute and funny (and sometimes even scary) Halloween greetings.
and witches and
Black cats and hobgoblins
Wander about on
I hope you're wise
and keep out of sight.
When the world is wrapped in slumber,
And the moon is sailing high,
If you peep between the curtains
You'll se witches riding by.
When you hear the owls hooting
Get your Jack o'lantern out,
Put on your shroud and hurry,
For ghosts should be about.
This next Halloween text will go well with a drawing of a Halloween Cauldron:
the firelight's pale light
In the cauldron's steam,
On Halloween night,
All the ghosts and goblins greet your sight.
The clock is striking midnight,
The witch her spell will cast
All the fairies, ghosts and goblins
Will be conjures from the past.
When the owls begin to hoot
Quickly put on your Halloween suit
Steal softly out, and don't be late
For Halloween decides your fate
The time has come
For the witches' dance
And the spooks from far and near
Will gather and make merry
For Halloween is here.
Do not worry, there will be a lot more Halloween words below.
I just want to show you how you can also use these Halloween poems, apart from using them on Halloween postcards:
When you are making the place cards for the Halloween table, make a card with a different Halloween poem or Halloween saying for each guest.
You can make it easy or more difficult, depending on how much time
you want to spend doing it.
I think that an easy way of making a place card would be very much like the one I suggest on the page Halloween Decorating Ideas, with a black card folded and you can write the Halloween words with a white pen.
Then print the drawings of a witch, the vampire and the ghost in small versions and glue them to the place card:
Go to the garden where the beet patch grows full
On Halloween night and begin to pull
At the stroke of twelve if the beet is straggly sad lot for thee
But if smooth and round a happy life thine will be.
Halloween your slightest wish
Is likely to come true,
So be careful, or the goblins
will spoil your wish for you.
The wise old owl, who works at night,
Knows lucky secrets good and bright.
Consult him at the witching hour,
'Twill bring you joy and wealthy dower.
When witches abound
And ghosts are seen
Your fate you will learn
Drive boredom away from you
So the witches can't cast their charms,
Hang an owl's wishbone over the door
It will shield you from all the harm.
Beware of a witch and a black hoodoo
For they are coming to capture you
“Designers of women's Halloween costumes must admit that
they're not even trying. They just choose a random profession, like
nurse or referee, and put the word "sexy" in front of it, thereby
perpetuating the idea of Halloween as a day when normally shy women
release their inner sluts and parade around like vixens, and I just
completely forgot what I was complaining about.”
- Bill Maher
All Halloween, the magic night,
When folly reigns supreme,
The pumpkin heads are all alight,
The stars are all agleam.
Halloween and I'm here again
From the man in the moon in an aeroplane
My charms are new and right up to date
To tell by the cards your fortune and fate.
If you take ten seeds
From a pumpkin shell
And go to the woods
Where the witches dwell
Plant them in front
Of a tree in a cross
You will be rid of them
To greet you for
this jolly night,
may your favors
prove a happy delight.
On Halloween strange sights there be
For those who venture forth to see!
Old witch, on Halloween
Bring joy to one who's
Tonight I ween
Some spooks and
Goblins will be seen.
Sing a song of halloween
Cats and bats and witches
Are flying through the air.
in a row
Neath the Harvest's
Let Jack-o'Lanterne and a candle bright"
dance for you
on Halloween night.
They'll keep the witches from
And break their spell forevermore.
These dreadful masks
you must not fear
is drawing near.
There is a child in every one of us
who is still a trick-or-treater looking for a brightly-lit front porch.
~ Robert Brault
not afraid of spooks,
I'm just pretending
they are true.
If Halloween's a starry night
You'll see the goblins in flight
Perched on their black bat aeroplanes
They flit about the weather vanes.
When witches go riding,
And black cats are seen
The moon laughs and whispers
'tis near Halloween.
I don't know that there are real ghosts and goblins,
but there are always more trick-or-treaters than neighborhood kids.
~ Robert Brault
Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen,
Voices whisper in the trees, "Tonight is Halloween!"
~ Dexter Kozen
On Hallowe'en the thing you must do
Is pretend that nothing can frighten you
And if somethin' scares you and you want to run
Just let on like it's Hallowe'en fun.
Halloween is the one night a year when girls can dress like a total slut and no other girls can say anything about it.
“Well, how did you die, then?” the old man finally asked.
“Die?” Matthew threw back. “Are you crazy? I’m not dead. I’m just very late.”
- J. Tonzelli
And I guess you cannot really avoid this one by William Shakespeare:
“Eye of newt, and toe of frog,
Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,
Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting,
Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing,—
For a charm of powerful trouble,
Like a hell-broth boil and bubble.
Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn, and caldron bubble.”
with appetite keen
for food and fun
May hour Halloween be Merry.
May the witch, which here is seen
bring you luck on Halloween.
When black cats prowl
and pumpkins gleam
May luck be yours
Don't let the spooks
get you on Halloween.
Could I borrow witches flying-machine
I'd visit you on Halloween.
I wish you a jolly Halloween.
Wishing you a joyous Halloween.
and all good wishes
for a happy Halloween.
swell the air
And yours not
the least of all.
May the presence of friends
For the spooks make amends.
Best wishes for Halloween.
|Halloween Cards: Funny free printable greeting cards for Halloween with ghosts, bats, spiders and witches.||Halloween Clip Art: All kinds of drawings and cut-outs for Halloween greetings and invitations.|
|Halloween Borders and Frames: Borders with skulls, witches, cats and more, and also some Halloween frames.||Halloween Party Ideas: A page where you can get ideas and descriptions of different games to play at Halloween.|
|Cat Clip Art: Lots of cat clip art, and you will also find black cat silhouettes to use for your invitations and decorations for Halloween.||Halloween Pictures: Original photos of Halloween themed decorations with lots of pumpkin men and witches.|
|Halloween Coloring Pages: Find and print these great coloring sheets with Halloween themes.||Halloween Decorating Ideas: You will love these Halloween plates and table decorations.|
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