WOW!!! Such a beauty! Terror as Pleasure/Pain from Coven to Cairn, often experienced as love ... and yet, do I sense it is also an outdated costume?
"black with buckle hat." What a wonderfully constructed line.
Excellent witchy portrait.
Love the Kneading and needing and the "black with buckle hat." Wonderful!
I do love the word play here! That last stanza is really inspired.
Love it, as always!!
Haha. A short verse of terror. I really like how you play with the words. :-)-HA
How I love this! the black cat kneading/needing...the call "to coven to cairn". Wowzers!
Lovely write :)
Perfect in it's consonance of darkness..
Wait...nothing about Walmart?runzzzz
I enjoyed the word play in this very much. I know a passionate crown Down Under who would so enjoy this. I know I certainly did!
Great word play...
Your poem pleases me with it's witchy images and playful darkness - the cat needing and kneading seems so right.
Excellent. Too much talent for one poet, I say. Scrape off what you don't need and send to me please. Best, Mosk
A witch's familiar being a frightful sight. Hmm, that is definitely something different. Usually a black cat is a boon to a witch, but I assume it could also mean a bad omen. Perhaps the witch was reading something from within their cauldron or crystal ball. Interesting poem on the theme of Halloween.
Love that final alliteration spell.
Such succinct and fitting imagery...all connects so perfectly..bubbling harmoniously in that poetry pot
A very cool little bit of Halloween black magic - with a tender nod to the relationship between cat lovers/owners and their cat.
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