Treasure Island

Justin Gildow

(3-26-81 / Washington, PA)

Witches In The Night Sky


Hiding away
In the darkness
Up in a tall tree
It gives me a perfect view
A perfect view on this autumn night
Of what I want to see

Stars join a full moon on this autumn night
Meanwhile, the moon is emiting an ethereal light
The stars and the moon together seem to glow
Especially on a night quite like this

Then I see them
Many of them
Riding on broomsticks in the air
Witches
Witches in the night sky

Staying out of sight
Up in the tree
While avoiding being caught in the moon's light
I can hear the witches cackle happily
While they soar across the night sky on their
broomsticks
Seeing the witches fly across the sky is a majestic
sight all in itself

Submitted: Friday, October 23, 2009

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