About the Poem

A gentle conclusion to the scary Halloween poems in which we meet the wonderful collection of characters attending the Monsters' Ball. Please note that Max, being a proper poet with a penchant for punctuation, has correctly placed the apostrophe in the title.

Category

Scary Halloween Poems

Style

Nonsense Verse

Length

26 lines

Key Stage

KS1, KS2, KS3

Author

Max Scratchmann

Monsters’ Ball

Get your tickets for the monsters' ball,
Come in your hundreds, come one, come all,
Join the Frankenstein Monster and the Man in the Moon,
And that awful creature from the Black Lagoon.

There’s Dracula’s daughter with her bloated tummy,
The son of Kong, and, of course, his mummy,
The Invisible Man and the Deadly Creature,
And Robbie the Robot in his own B-feature.

The curséd Werewolf and the angry Godzilla,
But not the Phantom, he’s retired to a villa,
With Doctor Cyclops and the Shrinking Man,
Who’re sleeping rough in a caravan.

So buy your ticket and book your place,
Don’t wash your body or shave your face,
When the world stands still and world’s collide,
Come to the party with Frankenstein’s bride.

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