That Dreadful Night
That Dreadful Night1 min 16 1 min 16
Mumma, I hear the scary murmurs of trees,
The eerie whispers of the breeze,
The noisy rattling of the fan,
The sound of a dead, walking man
-Calm down sweety and close your eyes,
Be at peace and try to act wisely.
But Mumma, these aren't just in my head,
I feel them in my cupboard, under my bed.
-Don't worry darling as long as I am here,
Nothing can harm you, it's just your fear.
But you warned me about something the other day,
These are the signs of evil, they have their own way.
-No Lydie, I never warned you about anything that you say,
These are just your evil thoughts getting in your way.
Mumma, I can hear footsteps now, loud and clear,
These are real noises, not just my fear.
The door opened suddenly and revealed a similar figure,
I then realized that she was my mother!