Witches’ Spells – Fina

The witches’ spell

 

The cauldron bubbles as we cast the spell,

Ingredients chopped,

It begins to smell.

 

Gooey and stocky,

Eyeballs of frogs,

The nose of a warthog,

A tongue of a dog.

We gather,

The fur from a brown dead mouse.

The poo from the cats,

All found in our house.

 

The cauldron bubbles as we cast the spell,

Ingredients chopped,

It begins to smell.

The snot and a sneeze, from us witches three,

Our spells looking good,

Now let’s add that bee.

Children come taste, and see if you like,

This bubbly green drink,

We really won’t bite.

 

The mould from a tree, all rotten and smelly,

If boiled with spiders,

Tastes nice in your belly.

 

Three stirs to the left,

And one to the right,

Our magical spell,

Helps us fly in the night.

 

Cackle….cackle…..cackle.

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1 Response to Witches’ Spells – Fina

  1. Kath Miles says:

    What great spells – don’t worry Mr Stanley ,halloween is in half term so you should be safe.

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