Poem: Harry Potter’s Dilemma

Harry Potter’s Dilemma by Brin Raizulli Isaac

I sleep at my cupboard.
But I just noticed, it’s smaller than a chalkboard!
I am not alone,
Because this is also a spider’s home!

I wake up every seven,
I am aware that this is not heaven!
Those fat, pink-faced pigs,
With their abominable weight and hair like wigs!

I must find a way to leave.
I need a plan that will succeed.
Oh look, a letter from no-one.
I’m sure this isn’t from my special someone!
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