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21 lines: A poem
Not long ago I crossed a black cat
And all my hair I did lose
Until I gave her a mouse to bat

Now even worse I have killed a witch
A black, foul fate I did not choose
When I fell upon her in a ditch

A dozen sisters who shared her craft
Enrobed in blacks, grays and blues
They flew to me upon brooms and laughed

Chanting, twirling, in circles smirking
Dark unseen power did ooze
It grabbed my soul and I felt jerking

Bursting with hair and a long thin tail
I sprung away from my shoes
A glance at my paw brought forth a wail

Coven's wrath is far worse than black cat's
Magic turned back time from clues
Dropping me in my own trap and that's

Now history I cannot rewrite
Trembling to a beastly snooze
Squeaking my last to a feline bite

7 Day Poetry Challenge!  (13+)
2009 CLOSED! See you in 2010...
#1314430 by Acme

Day 2 - Prompt: Witchcraft! but, DON't use the word spell
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