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Boogeyman
by D. L. Vegas
Sunday, January 02, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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From the movie "The Haunting" "No one
will come any nearer than that,in the
night,in the dark."


picture by laurie-lipton


 

 

 

           'Boogeyman'

      We all know what being scared is
           At a young age we had monsters
           In our rooms, closet and under the bed
           I personally could not go to sleep
           Without closing my closet door
           My feet had to be covered
           When lying in bed and never
           Would I allow them to hang over
           The side and touch the floor.   .   .
           A witch was under my bed each night
           I could not allow her to grab my feet
           I didn't wish to be pulled under
           Heaven forbide, taken somewhere
           Never to be seen again.. .. ..           

        

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/3/2011
Yes I can still remember my childhood night terrors and often feel a chill when I do...
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Reviewed by Christine Tsen 1/2/2011
Cute! I had no fears as a child, but the stuffed animals were all alive.
Happy New Year,
Christine



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