Treasure Island

Teri Hopkins

(6th December 1980 / London)

Night time is here (childrens poem)

Night time is here, now its time for your bed,
The moon is now saying lay your head down to rest,
Pyjamas go on and your teeth are now clean,
Removing all traces of the daytime that’s been.

Night time is here, pull your curtains closed tight,
Shut out the stars that twinkle so bright,
Off goes the tele so silence can come,
Its time to relax, now daytime is done.

Night time is here, your starting to yawn,
For now is the time to sleep until dawn,
So lie down beside me, rest your little head,
It’s now time to shhh, for the worlds gone to bed.

Night time is here, the suns gone away,
And now it’s your turn to rest from the day,
So we all say goodnight with kisses and hugs,
Until morning is here, and the sun’s woken up,
So snuggle down under the covers so deep,
For now is the time to rest your eyes and sleep,
Dream all night through till morning draws near,
Until we meet again, when night time is here.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Edited: Monday, November 18, 2013

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