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> Poetry & Prose > Poetry & Prose Online > Ron DuBour > Secret Agents

Secret Agents

I have to tell my friends
What I have learned today.
It's about my Mom and Dad
And what I heard them say.

I think they're really spies
They whisper when I'm near.
Today they were talking
Could not believe my ears!

Promise that you won't tell
I think all parents are.
Every day they watch me
They report to someone far.

They know when I am good
And even when I'm bad.
Keep track when I am happy
And again when I am sad.

Mom will write in her book
Everything I do.
She told me not to peek
This is another clue!

When they go out shopping
They have someone watch me.
These clues are adding up
Secrets agents they must be!

I search around the house
They won't be gone for long.
I have to be real fast
To sneak I know is wrong.

Can't wait to tell my friends
Exactly what I found.
A suit that is all red
The more I looked around.

I found out their secret
Won't tell them that I know.
That they worked for Santa
They have his change of clothes.

Now I must be good
He'll know when I am bad.
Santa has many spies
My own Mom and Dad!


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