Danger dropped in for a cup of tea.
Just looking for some company
"Hello" it called and lit my adrenaline
I wondered about risk and sin
But danger just said "move right along
"Your fear will not serve to make me less strong"
I said hello back and ate biscuits of fear
Just like that did it disappear.
The danger remained, sipping the brew
But I could face it I knew
We cannot control when danger comes to tea
But we can control what our reactions will be
Will we let the fear consume
So we can't face the danger in the room
Or will we let the fear be a bit sweet
And have the adrenaline as our treat
Danger dropping in for tea can be unexpected company
This is no reason to treat impolitely. This guest can't be put off indefinitely.
We will all have a story
About when danger came in for tea.
I love poetry.