However, to some, they’re objects of fear .

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Perhaps is concealed a menacing surprise .

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These scary poems are intended to not just scare and entertain you, but also frighten someone that you decide to share them with.

Nothing More Scary Than a Clown! I think clowns are creepy.

Great job. Nasty clown, brilliant poem :D Great write :D. Imagine waking up with that thing next clown you.

Excellent. The Clown (Children) Poem by C.J.

It's funny because I love scary movie, but I think clowns are creepy. I like this.

clown poem! Beneath what seems a benevolent disguise.

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Scary Clowns; Ravens; Vampires; Werewolves; Witches; Zombies; Paranormal. Copyright 2006 - 2020 by Family Friend Poems. Moderator Emeritus, keshav FFP Veteran Poet, Contact Us |  I enjoyed writing all of these scary verses. Here is a curated collection of creepy poems from famous poets.

This poem has not been translated into any other language yet. October 15, 2014 By Horror Palace Leave a Comment. Haaha .... A great read... wonderful job there. lol I'm glad you like it. Wow Easy that is one ugly clown. oo good dark imagery writing partner love that last verse, blood thirsty aren't I, Profanity : Our optional filter replaced words with *** on this page •. 1992patricia

My favourite one is probably "Cries", since it … thanks for the comment, This was a great poem Papo. thamk you Lawrence sorry for the late reply.

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Easy-Writer - Hii Michele!! Best of luck. Dark Poems are entertaining, passionate and intriguing – prose dipped in darkness, then filled with expression that strikes fear into your heart. It gave me the chills, now im creepe'd out of clowns and i've never have been before. FFP Poet Laureate, Lonely Shadow I wondered as I looked at him, was he frowning 'neath his painted grin? By Elton Camp . I hope he doesn't knock on my door trick or treat night. Look at those piercing, threatening eyes . Heck - Poem Hunter.

Behind that make-up, who knows what lies. However, most of them are not very scary, and therefore may be shared with kids (depending on their age). @papo183: I hate clows so much I feel like getting a tat of your poem! Best wishes & 'S Easy ... an excellent accompaniment to the scary clown picture above. The day the circus came to town, my favorite was the circus clown with his great big shoes and funny clothes, a painted face, and a big red nose.

A giant smile was painted there, with children laughing, everywhere. Read more → sandygram - Wow Easy that is one ugly clown.

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It's funny because I love scary movie, but I think clowns are creepy. All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge... Recite this poem (upload your own video or voice file). Hope you have, a sCaRy good night!

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'zz Easy . FFP Veteran Poet, deborah jean Great job, Very cute poem leave me wondering why so many people I know are afraid of clowns just want you to know your not alone on disliking clowns, I guess I think they're creepy because of always wonder what kind of person wants to be covered in ridiculous paint all day for Career. You can may also be interested in our collection of creepy quotes. The day the circus came to town, my favorite was the circus clownwith his great big shoesand funny clothes, a painted face, and a big red nose.A giant smile was painted there, with children laughing, everywhere.I wondered as Ilooked at him, was he frowning 'neathhis painted grin?

Haaha .... A great read... wonderful job there.