ART PAUL SCHLOSSER

Veteran Poet - 1,744 Points (01/04/60 / Chicago)

Noises In The Bedroom - Poem by ART PAUL SCHLOSSER

Noises in the bedroom
Who could be there
You don't live with no one
Are you scared?

Noises in the bedroom
Who could be there
The noises are getting louder
Is it a bear

Noises in the bedroom
Who could be there
Your imagination is growing
And so is your fear

Could it be a monster
Could it be a killer
Is it just a robber
Enter if you dare

Noises in the bedroom
Sounds so very queer
But yet they seem familiar
Enter if you dare

Is it just a nightmare
Is this very weird
Do you have a weapon
Enter if you dare

You swear you heard that somewhere
That sound is so familiar
You open up the door
It's a video game on the computer

Topic(s) of this poem: fear


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 1, 2015



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