Witches Chant (from Macbeth) Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Round about the couldron goA
In the poisones entrails throwA
Toad that under cold stoneB
Days and nights has thirty oneC
Sweated venom sleeping gotD
Boil thou first in the charmed potD
Double double toil and troubleE
Fire burn and cauldron bubbleE
Fillet of a fenny snakeF
In the cauldron boil and bakeF
Eye of newt and toe of frogG
Wool of bat and tongue of dogH
Adder's fork and blindworm's stingI
Lizard's leg and howlet's wingI
For charm of powerful troubleE
Like a hell broth boil and bubbleE
Double double toil and troubleE
Fire burn and couldron bubbleE
Scale of dragon tooth of wolfJ
Witch's mummy maw and gulfK
Of the ravin'd salt sea sharkL
Root of hemlock digg'd in the darkL
Liver of blaspheming JewM
Gall of goat andslips of yewM
silver'd in the moon's eclipseN
Nose of Turk and Tartar's lipsN
Finger of birth strangled babeO
Ditch deliver'd by the drabP
Make the gruel thick and slabP
Add thereto a tiger's chaudronC
For ingrediants of our cauldronC
Double double toil and troubleE
Fire burn and cauldron bubbleE

William Shakespeare


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