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The Knock
The night was dark The wolves were howling She could not sleep Her stomach was growling She went downstairs To get some food When a knock on the door Changed the mood What could be there She did not who She went to open it There was nothing else to do It was the court messenger Who bore terrible news She was under arrest for witchcraft Could this be true Her life flashed before her eyes For death was sure to come Cold sweat across her face Her hands went numb First a trial Of lies and false accusations Then came the execution Of a brutal public hanging Who could have said this The resentful Thomas Putnam Or maybe it was my husband's mistress The jealous Anne Rudham "I have no poppets in my house" She exclaimed in fury The cold reply was "It's now in the hands of a jury" There was no way out Except to run and hide The she would keep her life But lose her sense of pride

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