You Scared? - Poem by David Darbyshire
When you have a fear of Fire,
sleep with a bucket of water by your bed.
If your afraid of heights,
you should sleep on the floor instead.
Do you have a fear of Traffic?
might be better to stay at home.
When you have a fear of Dog's,
throw him a large meaty Bone.
If your scared of the dark,
Move to Norway it's light 24/7.
When your scared of die-in,
you better pray you go to heaven.
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