When the Wicked Witch Visited – Tale Weaver # 25 and Wordle 166

Image: © Rose’s Garden Used with permission

Image: © Rose’s Garden Used with permission

When the wicked witch visited
What a sight, the smell was so acrid
It was dark, eerie and she levitated
Full of wrinkles, her tooth were crooked
That dreadful creature held her tarot cards
And she was giving them like some rewards
Her cloak full of blood like she had been to a plague
A fleshy abdominal limb of a caterpillar’s proleg
She seduced me with a penny and gave me a kiss
She curtsied like I was some sort of a princess
“Make a wish,” she said but I was dumbstruck
I was drenched with sweat, all of these playing havoc
I ran to my room, got my gun and said “please go away!”
“I know you meant well but I don’t need any soothsay”
She left, I danced with elation when she was gone
She wasn’t expecting that and became withdrawn
I prayed that she won’t visit me again
Such a weird experience then

by brenda warren

by brenda warren

For: Tale Weaver # 25 and Wordle 166

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9 comments

  1. Vagrant Rhodia · August 6, 2015

    Lol…is she related to my witch, the Crone? 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  2. phylor · August 6, 2015

    I don’t think the witch was ready to deal with a gun-toting dissatisfied “customer”
    Great story!

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  3. summerstommy2 · August 12, 2015

    Lovely response to this image Ladylee, enjoyed your take very much.

    Liked by 1 person

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  5. memeethemuse · October 23, 2015

    Thanks for the follow 🙂 I cannot imagine combining a wordle with another prompt. I look at those wordles and it boggles my mind! Good for you, excellent story!

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