Witches’ Spells – Andrew N

Macbeth spell

 

Double double toil and trouble

Fire burn and cauldron bubble

 

Leg of an old rotten deer

The whole of an old man’s ear,

Eye of some foul beast

Broken tooth, from a feast

Thread of ogre’s hair

Big nose, shaped like a pear

Frogs snot, just one dot

Mixed together with a measles spot

 

Double double toil and trouble

Fire burn and cauldron bubble

 

Drop of dragon’s blood

A dead body, from a flood

The nail of a troll

Stuck in a lump of coal,

The toe of a monster

Stabbed into the guts of a lobster

Some mouldy lemon curd

Stuffed in the beak of an old dead bird

 

Double double toil and trouble

Fire burn and cauldron bubble

 

A proud lion’s mane

Covered in the oil from a train

Ten thousand sparks from an old rusty car

Stuck together with some sticky tar

An elephant’s dung

On a tiny beetle’s tongue

The world’s biggest dust ball

On an old roll of carpet, from a hall

 

Double double toil and trouble

Fire burn and cauldron bubble.

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