Wait for the speaker to fall asleep at night
Know that the speaker is brave and leave
Fail to get close enough to the speaker
Continue trying to scare the speaker
Likes to play with boys and girls at school
Works as a teacher with boys and girls
Attends a schools with boys and girls
Changes schools once a year
Someone finds frogs
He or she is dreaming
Someone starts screaming
He or she sees a large snake
Uses difficult words such as the word psyche
Makes the lines one long complex sentence
Describes the effects of childhood illnesses
Compares his feelings to childhood illnesses
How he felt when he was younger
The way that illness make him feel
The times when he was sick as a child
What other people have told him to feel
His classmates think he is childish.
Imaginary friends refuse to play with him
His parents have told him to grow up.
Imaginary friends are a part of childhood.