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Nos Da Sunshine

by Dave Fitzgerald

Nos Da Sunshine, you need to rest.
Try to close your eyes.
Think about a happy time,
Dry you tears and please don't cry.

There isn't any boogieman,
He doesn't shout out BOO!
So close your eyes and go to sleep,
I'm protecting you.

I promise there's no sock monster
Hiding in your drawers.
I came to sing a lullaby
It was my shadow you saw.

Hush hush my son, you'll be fine.
Things aren't what they seem.
There's nothing hiding 'neath the bed.
It was only a bad dream.

So don't be afraid of spooks Sunshine,
The kind you cannot see.
I'm always watching over you.
The only ghost here
Is me.


Posted on 01/26/2007
Copyright © 2022 Dave Fitzgerald

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Alisa Js on 01/27/07 at 02:32 AM

What an adorable one here ... filled with love and proctection.... sending you and yours best wishes for a wonderful weekend from out here in the deep blue Pacific...;-)

Posted by Angela Nuzzo on 01/27/07 at 06:21 AM

Very nice, Dave. Great images of childhood fears. The poem is like a Disney movie - on the surface it LOOKS like it's for children, but underneath lies a deeper/darker meaning.

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