She’d had many a premonition in life

Some good, some filled with strife

Learning to live with the reality was

Unnerving, often scary, because

They usually involving people close to her

Often it was at first unclear, often a blur

This one wasn’t and sent chills

Leaving her without any thrills

It was a premonition of death and harm

At the hands of a man full of charm

His evil intent involved all present

But knowing meant she could prevent

The evil he intended to befall

On everyone in attendance that fall

She manoeuvred events, he was caught

In the midst of the act he had fraught

She nearly crumpled with delight

Indeed it was a beautiful sight

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