Actually wanted to put this in a group but could not find the appropriate group to put in.
I wrote some words as play. A picture is given and whatever "poem" we hear we write based on the visual.
I create as I speak
my hand wields the magic
these words have colors
written with my magic wand
colors change again
see the rainbow
Abracadabra is from Aramaic word "avra kadavra" translated to 'I create as I speak' or 'it will be created in my words'
Hocus a shortened form of "houus pocus," used in the 17th century in the sense of "to play a trick on any one," to "hoax," which is generally taken to be a derivative. "Hocus pocus"
Hocus Pocus, from the name of a demonic sorcerer of Norse folklore, Ochus Bochus.
To use the words hocus pocus does not mean one is conjuring up evil, nor is it intention to deceive. Using it as I did is asking or hoping the viewer sees past the veil of illusion. The illusions are the ones we create in our own mind a mine field of thoughts.
Hence the two colors on the hand in the picture are Violet and Orange. Some may say blue and yellow. Anyway they are colors of ROYGBIV.
Some more information on the word:
As an alternative to other theories, it may simply be pseudo-Latin with no meaning, made up to impress people:
I will speak of one man... who called himself, “The Kings Majesties most excellent Hocus Pocus”, and so was he called, because that at the playing of every Trick, he used to say, “Hocus pocus, tontus talontus, vade celeriter jubeo”, a dark composure of words, to blinde the eyes of the beholders, to make his Trick pass the more currently without discovery, because when the eye and the ear of the beholder are both earnestly busied, the Trick is not so easily discovered, nor the Imposture discerned.
Thomas Ady, A Candle in the Dark, 1656