Summary: A poem, chronicling the events of "Night Terrors." And yes, it seems a little random to me too. (The poem basically just appeared in my head one day in the middle of a long car ride.)
Time: Well, I think the summary covered this, but . . . "Night Terrors."
Characters: George and his dad.


The lift here makes a scary noise
I've a cupboard full of fear
Please save me from the monsters
Let me stay your child here

The landlord's got a growling dog
A witch is living near
But tell me you still love me
All my fright would disappear

Please save me from the monsters
Take me in your arms
And tell me you still love me
We'll be safe from all alarms

There's funny wind and moving toys
I don't know what to do
Please save me from the monsters
I want to stay with you

The dolls are coming toward me
I don't think I'm still your son
Just tell me you still love me
Then maybe I could run

Please save me from the monsters
(Now you've got me in your arms)
Please tell me you still love me
(Now we're safe from all alarms)

The lift just makes a normal noise
And the cupboard's drained of fear
You saved me from the monsters
And I'm still your child here

The landlord's safe and so's the witch
All the threats I saw have cleared
Now that I know you still love me
All my fright has disappeared

You saved me from the monsters
You took me in your arms
I know that you still love me
And we're safe from all alarms