Meaghan Lank

The Unwelcome Visitor - Poem by Meaghan Lank

The Unwelcome Visitor

Please step into my nightmare
Come in for a quick peek
You can stay a moment
A month, or a week

You may feel restless, listless and dread
But please do not worry
It's all in your head

Come into my kitchen
I will cook you a dish
Filled with confusion, and anger, and bliss

Sleep in my bedroom
But I might toss and turn
It's alright if you wake me
For soon you will learn

Come down to my basement
But please watch your step
My stairs are so steep
Its a damn mouldy mess

So step into my nightmare
Or did you think it a dream?
I don't want you to go
But you now have to leave

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 29, 2010

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