Sep 212011
 

The Witch’s Kitchen
by Stella

The witch’s kitchen is an unusual place:

Herb bunches hang here all tied up with lace;

Cookbooks and glass jars line a sturdy bookcase.

A garlic-clove wreath hangs over the door;

Big black kettle pots add to the décor;

And a little black kitten sleeps curled up on the floor.

Cookies are baking, the tea kettle is on,

That little black kitten just stifled a yawn.

We’d better be leaving while the witch is still gone!

But wait just a minute – these cookies taste divine!

And in through the window streaks pale sunshine…

Why, this kitchen looks and smells just like mine!

- Stella

***************

Recommended Reading:
A Kitchen Witch’s Cookbook The Witch’s Kitchen.
The Real Witches’ Kitchen: Spells, Recipes, Oils, Lotions and Potions from the Witches’ Hearth The Witch’s Kitchen.

Sep 012011
 

CauldronSmoky A Kitchen Witchs Creed

A Kitchen Witch’s Creed
Copyright 1998, 1999 E. Zeigler

In this pot, I stir to the sun
An’ follow the rule of harming none.
Banishment of bane when goin’ widdershins;
An’ with water and salte negativity is cleansed.
Household duties are more than chores,
Magick abounds when mopping floors.
With this broom, I do sweep,
To clean my house and safely keep.
Marigold, Basil, Thyme and Yarrow
My spell is cast for a better tomorrow.
Lemons for joy and apples for health,
The power within brings great wealth.
And, in this kitchen I do pray
To truly walk the Witches Way.

*************

Copyright 1998, 1999 E. Zeigler
This piece may be freely distributed for non-profit use as long as the copyright information is placed underneath it.

Recommended Reading:
A Kitchen Witch’s Cookbook A Kitchen Witchs Creed.
The Real Witches’ Kitchen: Spells, Recipes, Oils, Lotions and Potions from the Witches’ Hearth A Kitchen Witchs Creed.

pixel A Kitchen Witchs Creed