Afraid Of Alfred Hitchcock’s Movies?

Poem By Roger Bewman

Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies?
How come?

Afraid of your partner?
Afraid of the world?
Afraid of heights?
Afraid of losing your job?
Afraid of doing something wrong?
Afraid of what?
Afraid of that?
Afraid of water?
Afraid of the dark?
Afraid of losing?
Afraid of death?
Afraid of yourself?

There many things to be afraid out there in
this wild world, but try and test yourself,
cause if you don’t you might regret.

Hitchcock was afraid too but
he became one the greatest directors

Comments about Afraid Of Alfred Hitchcock’s Movies?

Roger - 'We have nothing to fear but fear itself.' FDR helped us through much tougher times than we've got now. An important point! Good job. You might enjoy my poem on the opposite subject: 'Playing Chicken'. Thanks- Cheryl
the poem does suck you in i like it nice write
i liked that...it really made me think!


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