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Double double, toil and trouble
So the saying goes
As witches gather round their pot
And dance high on their toes
Implying injury and more
To those they simply hate
By casting spells and sending hex
Earlier or just late

And in the place of bat or frog
Their spells are all cooked up
By word of mouth; sent by letter
The new age poisoned cup
To any who dare question them
To ask ‘bout this or that
For with a flick of witches wand
They’ll turn them into rats

And so they dance upon the heath
Where’re the heath may be
Keeping their cauldron stocked; on boil
To catch both you and me!
So watch out for those charlatans
Who sleep down by the brook
For with their body, mind or soul
They catch you with their hook!

Macbeth and Banquo Meeting the Witches on the ...

Macbeth and Banquo Meeting the Witches on the Heath, 1855. An example of one of Chassériau’s many works inspired by Shakespeare (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



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