Safe Dreams

You dreamt you rode a horse and drove a car
But tell me, did you get very far?
Did the spaceship take you up to the moon?
Or did the trip end, when you woke too soon?
Sometimes, we really don’t want dreams to end.
They hang around like our best bedtime friend
And when they’re scary, we want them to go.
So after waking up, It’s good to know,
That dreams happen inside your sleepy head.
When you dream, you’re safely lying in bed.
Dreams are notebooks of imagination.
A harmless journey of fabrication.
What your dreams pen, may scare you for real
But remember you know you should feel
Safe, as even though dreams float in your head,
Actually you’re safely tucked up in your bed.

Mama Grace

Sleep, don’t wake up too soon.

Sleep in the morning, sleep in the noon,
sleep in the evening, don’t wake up too soon.

Every child’s sleeping, to help their bodies grow.
My mummy puts me down to rest because this she knows.

Sleep in the morning, sleep in the noon,
Sleep in the evening, don’t wake up too soon.

Every child’s sleeping, to help them feel good.
My mummy puts me down to rest and would sleep to if she could.

Sleep in the morning, sleep in the noon,
sleep in the evening, don’t wake up too soon.

Every child’s sleeping to give them energy
My mummy puts me down to rest, so she can play with me.

Sleep in the morning, sleep in the noon,
sleep in the evening, don’t wake up too soon.

Mama Grace