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A Fleeting Spell

In an old and rickety cottage there flows A rare evil that stems from a black candle The witch cackles and laughs like she only knows Casting a spell that’s more than she can handle Black smoke fumes out of the old and dark chimney It reaches nearby town full of mystery Filling the forest floor with a damp feeling People are packing their things and are leaving She feels like there was success in what she did Evil doing has beaten real happiness But slowly she felt the spell come back and bid Her life a blow, causes her more emptiness Back to her house she went to hide from the spell That ultimately caused her life lots of hell She prayed to her demons and the filth therein But nothing could save her from a life of sin
Russell Sivey

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