Monsters can be found, you know
If you discover just where they go
But do you want to seek them out?
Take my advice, and just say no

For ‘though they can be cuddly things
They also have sharp teeth, and wings
They move so fast and bite so hard
And may destroy both paupers and kings

So make your choice, but think quite deep
Take clues from others and whilst you sleep
And when you act, sow things which last
And make your chance, at last, to reap

The monsters won’t let all this be
They’ll interfere, now hear my plea
Just leave the monsters well alone
And then your life can be care-free

(c) Simon J. Halliday 2013

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