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Witches Brew


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Down in the depth of the scary forest

A witch was preparing her brew

This was the first time she’d made it

As she did not know quite what to do

 

She put in everything she could think of

From a bats wing to a toad that was pink

She stirred it up with her witch’s broom

And for good luck threw in the kitchen sink

 

She took a sip from her witch’s brew

Then decided to fly on her broom

But alas things didn’t go to plan

 Became dizzy as she flew round the room

 

Then out of the window and into the woods

Swerving in and out of the trees

By now her vision was erratic

As she was seeing in two’s and three’s

 

 Totally losing control of her broom

She hadn’t a clue what to do

Holding on for dear life

Wishing she hadn’t sipped her powerful brew

 

Her faithful cat called Boris was with her

She turned and asked Boris “What shall I do”

Boris by now was quite frightened

To be honest he hadn’t got a clue

 

The witch continued her frightening ride

Murmuring spells under her breath

Boris was saying a prayer

As they both journeyed on to the west

 

The witch decided to take drastic action

As she jump off her broom in mid air

By now Boris had lost the will to live

As he was hanging on to the witches hair

 

As they plummeted towards the ground

One last spell the witch did cast

To wish everyone a Happy Halloween

Then they both landed safely at last

 

Malcolm G Bradshaw

About poetreecreations

I am an author writer publisher web administrator I run poetry workshops in the community. My published Manners childrens poetry book can be found at www.waterstones.com

8 responses

  1. hahah good one happy halloween to you, the witch and poor Boris

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  2. TheDarkestRaven

    Haha very nice 🙂

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  3. I love your poem its really good

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  4. A Halloween poem – deconstructed Trying to write a scary poemFor the Writers’ Chest.So many ways to start,I wonder which is best. Do I go for ghoulish,Or something more refined?Do I make the horror clear,Or leave it to the mind? Then there comes the rhymingOf all those scary creatures.Zombie? Vampire? No rhymes.Do I focus on their features? And how to make things scary,In the structure of the rhyme?It’s hard to make the reader jumpWhen they can guess ahead in time. Maybe I should back offLeave this one to the writers.Poets are tender loversBut terrible monster fighters! https://altheauthor.wordpress.com/

    Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2014 22:13:07 +0000 To: alane77@hotmail.co.uk

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