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Halloween At The Haunted Mansion

Mommy, is the mansion haunted?
Yes, it is, but please don’t scream
If you see a ghost or goblin....
For, after all, it’s Halloween!

I’ve heard ghost are seen as dancing
To an eerie organ tune...
And bats are flying everywhere...
O, I guess we’ll know real soon.

Audri, keep an eye on Ava...
And, Leah, Bella goes with you.
You’re Mommy’s big girls and I know
That no ghost can scare you two.

Bu-u-t, Mommy, you’ll be with us
You’ll be coming in there, right?
Mommy, you don’t have to be afraid
I promise you won't faint from fright.

Mommy, dearest, we're at Disney!
This is home to Mickey Mouse!
There is nothing here to scare us…
Not even Disney’s haunted house!

Doris Jacobs-Covington
Halloween 2014

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