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Witch – a poem

A beautiful dark haired witch holds her head in her hands as she looks skywards.
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Dear Witch,
I hear your words, so clear and plain.
And tell you, I have felt the same.

Until a lesson learnt one day,
Transformed the world in which I play.

When obviously you don’t belong,
Remember; you are right not wrong.

You words have worth, your feelings too,
And out there, there are more like you.

Don’t waste your time on those who can’t,
But rather tell them, ‘No I shan’t!’

‘I shall not waste my time on you,
On all the pointless things you do.’

Now this new world, my life, my rules,
Has happily removed the fools.

And looking out with different eyes
I see a world without their lies.

I see a world that’s more like me,
With minds that rainbow bright, can see.

Go change your world, keep strong your mind,
And soon, a universe you’ll find!

© Cathie Tufnail

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