Witchy Woman


Wicked woven in midnight trance

A magic called by Shaman’s dance

Like the grip of the jungle vine

It traps and holds this heart of mine



Cauldron bubbles its evil brew

Firelight adds a witching hue

Incantations in whispered tone

Ensure that I am yours alone



In chicken bones the future read

By island princess of the dead

The pull of your ancient voodoo

A quicksand for my love of you



There in the autumn’s faint moonlight

She prances naked with delight

And the chant of her Druid art

Easily captures lustful heart



I am bound by your sorcery

You, now, the only love I see

I only hope the spells you cast

Will make the magic truly last



33 Responses to “Witchy Woman”
  1. beth says:

    it’s all about the magic, isn’t it?

  2. Harley Reborn says:

    Some very accurate. No chicken bones but I love the imagery 🥰

  3. kristianw84 says:

    Love, love, love this!!!!! 😍😍😍

  4. Loved the poetry, as the witches mesmerize by their spells, I am mesmerized by this poem. All the elements of witchcraft are captured in an elegant way at the same time the poetry has a mystical flow. This will remain as one of my favourites.

  5. Francisco Bravo Cabrera says:

    Great poem, very rhythmic and full of great images, especially the chicken bones 🙂

  6. Jim Borden says:

    once gain, brewing up a little magic with your words…

  7. sudrakarma says:

    A clear case of Anima Possession! 😉

  8. WOW…. I love this poem Brad… It’s magic.. it’s playful… it’s mysterious… that spell of love…
    “Incantations in whispered tone
    Ensure that I am yours alone”
    Wow! Wow! Wow!

  9. Love how this is both dangerous and tantalizing. Great poem, Brad.

  10. petespringerauthor says:

    I just had one of those Twilight Zone moments. About two minutes after I finished listening to Witchy Woman by The Eagles, I came to your post. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk89f7Sz5mg

  11. Fen says:

    The way you weave your words is really beautiful ❤

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