Toil and Trouble

By Diana Allgair

Double, double, toil, and trouble. A plethora of phrases and stereotypes raced through the young witch’s mind and served as fuel to a hypothetical fire that burned within. She collected crystals, read tarot cards, and occasionally performed spells when the need arose. A positive mindset and aligned chakras somehow led to superficial mockery from all those around the young witch, including friends and family. She would show them all. With a lock of hair and a sharpened mind, the witch would prove to the popular jocks, the cheerleaders, and her sisters, that laughing at a witch was a foolish endeavor.


“I write to reassure others that under no circumstances are they alone in times of trouble.” – the writer

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