There's Only Two Things To Do - Poem by Michael Chau
You hear a noise coming from outside.
Should you go take a look or go run and hide?
It sounds like a couple of people lurking in the night,
That sound could give anyone a fright.
The sound's getting closer, should you be scared?
Of course you should, they're right out there.
But who could it be, you don't have any enemies,
They're coming even closer, soon you'll be able to see.
Now you're thinking of who those people are,
But there's not too much time to think, they're not that far.
Just try to figure out who it could be.
Who wants you dead and would feel happy?
It sounds like two voeces, a female and male,
I hope you will live through this to tell us the tale.
Now they're closer than ever, every inch more intense,
Every step they come closer is just a huge suspense.
Think real hard now, you don't have much time,
There's only two things to do, and one is go run and hide.
The other thing is to stand up for yourself, so go grab a bat,
Once they open the door, a couple of hits and that's that.
Now they're finally at the door, it was quiet at first.
Were they freakish vampires quenching for thirst?
It doesn't matter now, there's no turning back.
Once they break down that door, just give them a big whack!
Are you ready now, because the time has come.
The door is opening in three, two, one!
Wait! These aren't vampires, but they sure look pretty mad,
Then they turned on the lights, it's just your mom and dad.
They looked at you with the bat and asked, 'What are you doing? '
What else do you tell your parents except for, 'Uh. Nothing.'
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