Abracadabra, says the ignorant magician,
A cliché too ancient for human cognition.
Saddled in an attire, a native black dress,
In Hopes of putting fear amidst the audience.
Pillocks are amazed at his tricks,
With their eyes gazing without a blink.
“what a genius,” they said,
Not knowing they’ve all been fooled.
“Abracadabra,” says the ignorant magician,
“Hocus Pocus Fishbones Chokus,
Izzy Wizzy- let’s get busy”
As he dazzles the crowd with empty fables.