Treasure Island

Derek James


Friendly Witch Of The Night

Late at night when
everyone is sound
A witch comes out
to fly around on her

Circling high above
the houses,
Flying down low,
She hovers around
each window,
Making sure everyone
is sleeping.

She wears a pointed
hat that sparkles
She wears a cloak
covered in diamonds,
In the moonlight she
shines like a colorful
shining star.

She prefers to keep
to herself most
Always making sure
she is out of sight,
A shy witch she is,
Different from most
of her kind.

She has heart that is
warm and cheerful,
You would certainly
think she was like an
Flying around the sky
at night.

When morning light
She disappears back to
her cottage deep in the
This is where she feels
more peaceful throughout
the day.

Until tomorrow night
comes again,
She will fly on her
Always keeping an eye
on those that sleep,
making sure she fills
the night with plenty
of magical cheers of

Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013
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This is my new poem I wrote about a friendly, shy witch that enjoys flying around at night on her broomstick. I hope you enjoy.

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