Cain Lopeck


Stoning The Witch - Poem by Cain Lopeck

Dressed in black
During dusk
The witch was scared
And still pressed her luck

Pleading began
The others ran
Towards torches lit
All holding their own can

They stoned he witch
Through many pebbles
Cans slowly became empty
Thanks to the rebels

She made it to her cauldron
Able to relax
The night was over with
Done with all the attacks

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Comments about Stoning The Witch by Cain Lopeck

  • Gold Star - 8,398 Points Bri Edwards (7/12/2013 4:19:00 PM)

    quite interesting! i never heard such a story. i guess a witch could survive pebbles. rocks you have to watch out for! did she escape on a broom?
    in the lines: They stoned he witch
    Through many pebbles
    do you mean he, as in a male witch, or do you want to write the? And do you really want threw instead of through?
    i especially liked:
    She made it to her cauldron
    Able to relax
    The night was over with
    Done with all the attacks
    i would like an explanation of rebels, but i can survive without it. thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 12, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013


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