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Punkie Night – by Kyt Wright
They’d wander round with spectral light, dressed with intent to cause a fright and once did call it Punkie night,
You modern tricksters ready to receive sweet treats upon All Hallows Eve are mere erzatz witches, no spells to weave.
You go from house to house and door to door with no respect for pagan lore.
Days gone lantern-light there to protect with costumes hiding poor souls from fear that darkness might resurrect some goblin…
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