Six Jars

Down the creepy road,

She lived in the house

She had six children

But never a spouse


Under the rays of moonlight,

Beneath the beams of stars,

She crept outside

Wearing a raincoat, carrying a jar


She knelt on her knees and elbows

As she removed the jar from her coat

She captured a frog

Then penned a curious note


When she passed away

She left little behind

Six jars rested on bookshelf

Each tied with a card and signed

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