Witches Greetings 2012

Since 2006 the Witches have been leaving us a Halloween poem each year.

Warty flew in to the ZigZag to meet the wicked witches from the 1st Bench Street.

Batty and Dumbella are at the new Gazebo, It’s where all the party people go.

There’s lots of garbage, dirt and grime,

And poor Dumbella slipped on the slime!

Then rode down the ZigZag on her behind!

So the witches, they all cast a spell, on the town that caused this Holy Hell!

Now off to Heather’s house they go, to chat, She lives right there with her black cat.

Heather’s friends are in full swing,

It’s a party that’s got everything.

There’s ghastly guests like Armpit,

Pete & Bob.

And spooky neighbours that have formed a mob!

They are chatting about this goofy site,

And doth protest with all their mite!

The party’s over for the night,

The wicked witches will soon take flight.

They’re sad to leave this grisly scene,

Town won’t be the same next Halloween!

Hauntingly Yours,

Warty Wanda

Batty Betty

Dora Dumbella


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