Have you ever seen a lady bug jump
over a snake that is hungry and sssly?
I saw it! She scaled the sss-peed bump
then ever so brave, flew ‘cross the sky.
Have you ever heard a spider announce
“Ahhhhh” as he spindled down to the ground?
I heard it! The little Sir bungeed and bounced
then ever so brave, did a cannonball down.
Have you ever felt a daffodil shiver?
The Ma’am bent down in an April shower
I felt it! Her petals shook and quivered
Then ever so brave, in May she did flower.
Have you ever tasted cold, stark fear
startling awake from a sleep’s horror movie?
Did your tongue’s tiny buds stand up and jeer?
Were you ever so brave, did you spit-tooie!
The Ma’ams and Sirs with no minute to spare
Found their growl could crescendo and roar
An emotional embrace from an unlikely pair
Bravery hugged fear allowing courage to soar
You too hold that key and know just what to do
Be ever so brave, unlock your door and walk through