ASK HER, HER NAME
We don't know where she comes from and we don't know where she go's. She comes into our house at night reeking havoc with all in sight. She's mean and rude and evil. She uses vial words. But if you don't address her, she remains quietly unheard. So please don't say a word or she'll start a terrible fight. There is no way to win with her, in the dark-- in the night.
I have never met her she comes when I'm asleep, but I hear she's a holy terror, if you dare to speak.
She makes my daughter angry, my grandson terrified, of the women who curses threats to them, in the dark--in the night.
I fear one day she'll hurt someone, someone that I love. And yet she bothers no one if they just leave her alone.
She walks about my house at night and even eats my food, then she go's away, only to return once more in the dark --in the night.
My grandson is much older now and much braver too, so he has tried to confront her and he asks her who she is, but every time he asks her she gives the same reply. "You know who I am", she gruffly says with an evil look in her eyes.
Then one day my grandson said that she had been back and her name was Maria. I asked if she told him that and he said no that is what I call her. A few nights later she returned and he told her that he knew who she was and he called her Maria, she abruptly told him that wasn't her name that was the name he gave her, but she never offered to tell him what her name was.
How can I make her go away this someone I've never met, who comes into my home at night and terrorizes the ones I love.
And yet I know that I am the only one who stands a chance of making her leave, for you see I'm the only one who knows who she really is.
With my eye wide open I am very convincing that I am awake but,
I EAT----------------------------I TALK
IN MY SLEEP
WE STILL DON'T KNOW HER NAME?