Treasure Island

Shelby Hopple

(April 6,1991)

Night


Night is a time that people say demons like to play.
If you like the night all so,
Does that Dem you a demon too.
I love the night cause its peaceful and calm,
Some people hate it cause the monsters will come.
Other people have no right to Dem you,
Of what you find true.
So what if you like the night,
And they don't.
That doesn't give them the right call you a demon to.
The stars in the sky and the moon so bright,
Alas, they only become clear at night.
Its not just the ugly that can be demons at night,
For the most wonderful of things can have there tricks to hide.
So before you Dem us demons of the night.
Remember this fair warning that,
Beauty can be found at night,
And demons can rome in the light.

Submitted: Monday, December 08, 2008
Edited: Friday, July 03, 2009
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