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The Witches Song

By Bud Lemire

It's Halloween, and the wind blows strong
If you listen closely, you'll hear the Witches song
They've put together a special brew
It'll do something bizarre to you

Don't drink it, don't drink it I say!
Heed my warning, and you'll be okay
Don't take a drink from a Witch
It's not Mountain Dew, she made a switch

She can make it hard to resist
It's even worse if you've been kissed
There's magic there, upon her lip
There's poison there, if you take a sip

She has no wand, and doesn't wiggle her nose
For it's hidden well, and she won't expose
Within her, lies such a wicked power
It's even stronger during the Witching Hour

She doesn't have a broom, she doesn't fly
That's just a myth, a man made lie
Listen closely, and don't take me wrong
Block your ears, from The Witches Song

©Oct 17, 2019 Bud Lemire

Author Note:

You have been warned of The Witches Song.
You may be asking if they are a good witch or
a bad witch. On this Halloween, you will see
Witches of all sizes and shapes. They'll take
your candy and run, to the next house. If you
are careful, you may just have a Happy Halloween!

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