Daily Prompt: The Full Moon

August 20, 2013
Daily Prompt: The Full Moon
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When the full moon happens, you turn into a person who’s the opposite of who you normally are. Describe this new you.

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My name is Abigail. I’m usually a cheerful and happy person, full of caring and empathy. When the moon becomes full, I lock myself away in my dungeon. My dungeon is where I do my dirty work.
I turn into a bad, evil witch when the full moon comes around. The moon is considered full three days before, the day of, and three days after. Actually, I should have said nights. (Insert lots of screeching; Witches laughter.)
These seven nights are my own. Nobody wants to be around me anyway, during this time of evil.
I can cook up concoctions with eyes of a frog, pretty little faerie wings, snot of a troll, venom of a snake, and yellow puppy dog tails. I can cast spells of all sorts, make brews, and sachets. I can do anything my evil mind tells me to do.
When it is time, the eighth morning, I bounce out of my dungeon, all cheery and happy. I spread love, heal, listen, and advise if needed. I clean house, cook, and wash clothes. I attend bake sales, parent-teacher meetings, and write.
I am Abigail for 21 to 23 days a month. The evil witch for 7 nights of the month. What happens when there is a Blue Moon? You really want to know? I dance, listen to, and sing the ‘Blues’!

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