Inter all the glaziers
Who would have you told more clearly,
And intensify your interior
So you can move more freely.
Wake up in a different room
To the one you fell asleep in,
And start the whole thing very soon
Before you allow the sheep in.
Contest the knocking man outside:
Ask him for his validity.
Could he take your big dog for a ride?
And return him with stability.
And if he circumnavigates this route
Then let him in but briefly,
And set the rest of the pack loose
Upon his case completely.
So don’t hang curtains in the day,
Arrange a row of Shepherds,
Then no one else will knock your way,
And you can sleep prepared.