Ode to Dracula

There’s no better way to say goodbye to October and to shuffle off into November than to celebrate (though it did turn into a “roast” mid-way) of one of the most iconic monsters: Dracula.


Ode to Dracula

by Ava. F, Ava P., Lily, Olivia, and Alexcia

4th-5th grade

Ode to Dracula for his cape

that’s red like blood

Ode to Dracula for his fangs

that are white as paper

Ode to his brown eyes that look like poo

and his hair that is black

like a hole in the ground.

He is pale as a ghost!



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