brian roy skyers


Aisha's Hollarween


Aisha brown is ready for Halloween
She’s donned the most amazing costume you’ve ever seen
She’ll be a fantastic witch
Complete with flying broom, (really..more like a switch)
She walks around reciting, m-a-t..mat, c-a-t..cat
I’ll just have to remind her “not that kind of spell”
She takes no notice, oh well
She may have abandoned this masquerade of horror
As it took three of us to catch her
Having seen her own reflection in the mirror.

Submitted: Monday, October 31, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, November 01, 2011

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  • Bronze Star - 5,586 Points Bri Edwards (11/25/2012 1:47:00 PM)

    it took me two readings of this to really understand and appreciate the meaning of not that kind of spell. then i DID laugh out loud. thanks. is the misspelling of halloween in the title intentional? a reference to holler? also is brown meaning the girl's last name? congratulations on catching her..........even if it took three of you.
    this poem is now part of my (somewhat) exclusive mypoemlist. thanks for sharing. bri edwards (Report) Reply

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