Do You - Poem by Lidia Anderson
Do you believe in ghosts and demons, the ones that scare you without a reason?
The ones that watch you and stalk your every move,
The ones that want to possess you if they get the chance to?
Ghosts, demons, and spirits, the ones you can't see, the ones you don't believe in are waiting patiently.
When you least expect it they will steal your soul, and give it to the devil then he will have control.
Be careful, be warned these things I speak of are horrid,
Check under your bed before you sleep,
I'm telling you this, don't ignore it.
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