Amelia Patterson


Hansel And Gretel Without Consideration - Poem by Amelia Patterson

Hansel and Gretel
Went into the woods
To have some bread and gin.

But when they came out,
The witch began to shout,
That they had committed a sin.

"What are you talking about? "
Gretel began to pout,
And had a sip of gin.

"You children stole from me!
Now you will see,
Since it is about to begin."

Then the horizon grew so dark,
Light could only have come from a spark,
And Gretel put down the gin.

A powerful hand came out of the sky,
Quickly grabbed the guy,
And disappeared again.
The witch, with a look of please,
Drew out her keys,
Leaving Gretel alone with her gin.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 18, 2012



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