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The Spooky Cauldron

for my beautiful Mary Kate

Bubble and double, trouble and toil;
Smell the kettle as it starts to boil.
Rack-ety frack-ety, goopity-goop;
The witch stirs in liver, a toad, and some poop!

Rock-ety pock-ety, zim zam zoom zot;
Eyeballs, spaghetti go into the pot.
Tweedlee dum-did-dee bake me a cake;
In goes a waffle, a yoyo, a snake.

The brew's almost ready and soon we will see
What the final ingredient is going to be.
Abracadabra and bib-bi-di boo
The final ingredient is (he-he-he) YOU!

Copyright © Mary Oliver Rotman | Year Posted 2015


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Date: 11/30/2015 11:49:00 AM

This is a richly humorous composition~7