HAGBAGATHA

Poem by: Philip Roberts

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I made a mention of this evil woman stalking me in my story, The Scariest Horror Stories of All Time.

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Submitted: January 31, 2011

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Submitted: January 31, 2011

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Evil, grey-haired harridan
Shrieking foul abuse,
Course, sarcastic rantings
In buses, or on the loose.

A face like sour vinegar
As foul as “Ugly-Fruit”,
Faster than a gunslinger
Her loud mouth starts to shoot.

Ancient as Methuselah
But without his great wisdom,
She’s sitting on her brains all day
Sitting on her scrawny bum.

When Hagbagatha starts her slander
They put out an “Evil-Skank” alert,
To try to protect the innocents
The evil harridan likes to hurt.

As ugly as a gargoyle
And much uglier still inside,
The whole world would laugh aloud
If Hagbagatha should die.

THE END
© Copyright 2011
Philip Roberts,
Melbourne, Australia


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I made a mention of this evil woman stalking me in my story, The Scariest Horror Stories of All Time.

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