The Monsters in My Closet by Phil Bolsta | Poem Read Aloud


The Monsters in My Closet by Phil Bolsta
The monsters in my closet like to sleep the day away
When I get home from school I let them out to play
When mom calls me for supper, I give them each a broom. First, they put my toys away
And then they clean my room The Mummy, hates to vacuum
So if he starts to whine, I kick his rear, and tell him
“Trade jobs with Frankenstein” Wolfman used to fold my clothes
I’ll give him one more chance – Last time, he wasn’t careful
And left furballs in my pants. When my room is nice and neat,
I bring them up some food. But Dracula wants to drink my blood –
I think that’s pretty rude. When it’s time to go to bed
I hug them all goodnight. They jump back in my closet
While I turn out the light I’ve taken care of monsters
for as long as I recall, but the monsters in my closet
are the nicest ones of all.

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