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Happy Halloween from JSTOR! Hope your day is filled with costumes, candy, and you don’t find any knives in your apples.

Poem: “Halloween” by John N. Morris, Poetry, Vol. 129, No. 5 (Feb. 1977)

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    Jstor nos desea feliz halloween, ¿así o más ñoño?
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    The only Halloween post you’ll ever need.
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    Just not surprised JSTOR picked the perfect poem for Halloween.