You may be familiar with the Witch Country children's rhyme Three Old Warlocks Up a Flue. Though it frequently stands alone, it's actually part of a longer, and rather mysterious, poem of uncertain age and meaning, but with resonant depths.

And heights.

 

Three Old Warlocks

 

Three old warlocks

up a flue:

one flew away,

and then there were two.

One flew away,

and then there was one.

One flew away,

and then there were none.

 

Three old warlocks

up a flue:

 one went over,

one went under,

and one went through.

 

 

For FCM and KMZ

Bros