Witches’ Brew

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A witch creates a bubbling, simmering, disgusting brew!
Witches’ Brew

Waking in darkened gloom,
I work by the light of a blood red moon.
Mixing a potion delicious with fright,
Its green liquid gleaming in wolf’s moonlight.

Thick with goo my cauldron bubbles,
My wand casts a spell; in size it doubles.
Add a pinch of spiders, frog toe, eye of newt,
Now dog’s tongue, bat wool and dragon’s fruit.

The children sleep soundly til a howling they hear,
Then up from above, six small eyes appear.
Hee-hee-hee! I cackle. Add a slip of yew.
Three heads shall deliciously add to my brew!

Halloween poem for kids written by Stacie Eirich

Illustration by Pixabay

Let’s Chat About The Poem ~ Ideas for Talking With Kids


1. Imagine you were a witch. What crazy things would you add to your witches’ brew?

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