There Be Witches

 There was a witch. And she was young and lovely.

    This was a problem, of course. Witches should not be lovely. They should be old and haggard, however benevolent their heart.

There was a witch. And she was old and haggard.

    This was a problem, of course. Witches would do better in the general public eye if they are young and lovely.

There was a witch, and she was tired and on the bitter side of sweet.

    This was a problem, of course. Witches are always better taken with when they are robustly kind.

There was a witch, and she was jolly and good.

    This was a problem, of course. Witches are always taken more seriously if they show how hard they've work with a piercing gaze. 

There was a witch.

    This was a problem, of course.

There were witches. There still are.

    As it happens, they eat problems for breakfast.

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