Ghostly Advice, a poem

A house is where you might hide, if you are dead like me.

Or maybe you prefer your spooking in a cemetery.

Where ever you decide to haunt, don’t forget one thing.

If you scare them all to death, a reckoning you’ll bring.

The exorcist will find you fast along with all your friends.

And you will be removed from there before the nightfall ends.

So listen to my warning, ghoul, and make your haunting mild,

Or you will suffer the consequence of being a ghost exiled.


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