Created By: Taylor & Maureen
Prologue (By Taylor Johnson)
There was a hotel in a very strange place
That attracted people with a very brave place
This hotel, old, and even haunted with ghosts
Shows peoples’ colors and what they value most.
There was a maid, a manager, and even a bellhop
As well as a family, who came by for a stop
Now these people put themselves across as good
They do sneaky things like no one else would
First the maid, and then you’ll see
What she does to support her family
Or perhaps the bellhop, you’ll think he’s sweet
But he fights to remain on his street
Now the rebellious kid, you know know what’s coming
What he gets into will send you running
And then there’s the ghost- so swift and quiet
You can’t bother him without causing a riot
Now at the hotel are these characters in desperate need
Of a lesson concerning stealing, cheating, and greed
Will they ever learn to be trustedOr just end up getting busted?
The Maid (By Taylor Johnson)
People don't understand the life she lives
She has nothing to offer, nothing to give
She works all day and works all night
She truly does try with all her might
Her occupation, but a lousy maid
She barely ever does get paid
Does he, her boss, not understand
All of the things she balances in her hand?
Her kids, no husband, how hard it must be
To be so deprived- living in poverty
Oh the things she must do to stay afloat
She stole from a guest who tended to boast
Cutting corners now whenever she can
Her rooms remain dirty, rather than spic and span
Wearing low cut tops, and short skirts too
She surely catches attention, it's true
In her mind she thinks it's okay
Going around and acting this way
It's for her kids, that's the lifestyle she chose
Whether she gets caught or not, nobody knows
The Ghost (By Maureen Padilla)
Silent as a mouse as if it was from the pound
He will haunt you down from above the ground
Being with such cruel thing will bring over the worst
Harmful as a bear, with quite a dare
It says don't stay but run away,
He will show up in the light
Where no one will see him in the night
Its asleep during the day as one can say,
Sign of fast will leave you at last
There is so much fear that it is near
He is not the type to mess around with
Nor he is not any sort of myth
He is felt by a cool breeze
Like if someone had sneezed
As he would say I am a ghost,
I am not alive nor dead, but living in both worlds
Slow and quiet, Nerves on the edge
In the tip of the spear
So much loss in the air,That he is not willing to care
The Bellhop (By Taylor Johnson)
Not of this country nor this state
He has come from a land that far awaits
He wanted something better for him
For the country he lived in, his future was dim
He now is a bellhop at a hotel nearby
Which allows him to stay, he surely is sly
However his character is humble and quiet
If officials knew he was here, they'd cause a riot
Hard working is he, and often stays late
And continuously asks the maid for a date
He will do anything, just to remain
Or to prevent him from getting back on that plane
One day he hopes for kids an a wife
To better himself, to better his life
For now he stays hidden, but not for long
Until someone recognizes his wrong
Earning little money for all his hard work
While the manager has on his face, a smirk
The manager knows he will do anything to stay
Which is why his mouth is shut for today
The Rebellious Kid (By Maureen Padilla)
As crazy it may seem
But it's been a gleam
He's not a bit nice
Not even to the little mice
The whole world revolves around him
He doesn’t give a hoot about you or the sky
Dump the rules in the trash, he doesn't want to know why
Something he would is I get what I want
I say what I want and I do what I want
The spoiled brat cut a hole in his hat,
The spoiled brat put a coat on the cat,
He might be sneaky and very peaky
He cares about himself and no one else
He judges as quick as the speed of light
As if he wanted to fight
He is not to be trusted nor cared about,
He is immature towards society
He believes he is king of his own world
As long as it twirled
The Maid's Tale (By Taylor Johnson)
There was once a boy a long time ago
Who lived with a family that didn't make enough dough
They struggled, and fought to pay the bills
Their life seemed to be spinning downhill
Now this fine young boy was smart and humble
Always the first one to school and you never heard a grumble
The day soon came for him to graduate
This causes for a party, a reason to celebrate
The boy realized, and soon become sad
There was no money for college- not even a tad
All this hard work for no more school
He thought to himself, “This isn't cool.”
The summer came quickly as it should
And the boy soon made friends that were up to no good
These boys would do things that break the law
Leaving them prisoners of the devil’s claw
One day these boys asked the one
To stick around and have a little fun
These boys were rich but had no occupations
They steal from stores to gain a sensation
But this boy needed money and this seemed the only way
How much for college was he really willing to pay?
If caught it would cost him his reputation
And if not he would have no relaxation
Just how much is money truly worth?
Enough to risk his life on earth?
The boy was then faced with a decision
To go the easy way, or live with a vision
Either way there will be a sacrifice
Every life decision always has a price
Now the real question is, which will you be
Would you risk getting caught or your dignity?
There is always a way that doesn't seem hard
But the easy path you should definitely discard
It’s easy to lie, steal, cheat, and take
But all you’re doing, is being fake
Set out on the path that is truthful and right
And there you will find peace and delight
The Rebellious Kids' Tale (By Maureen Padilla)
Having to waste special belongings and not care about yourself is just not right.
You see some of us need to desire for our own needs and need to be less egotistical.
I can assure you need to be less egotistical, but everyone needs to pay attention to me!
Listen carefully and listen close, there once was a family who moved in Sunnydale town.
There was single child, which was a girl, and lived in a very enormous house.
The house had 6 rooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 living rooms, a very big open field with a pool and a tennis court.
The parents were filthy rich and well the 12 year old daughter never had time to be with her parents,
They worked the whole day Mondays through Saturdays from 6 am to 9pm.
The daughter just wanted a normal life so she could be happy
Her parents never listened and growing up for her she has become a spoiled brat.
The daughter had everything she needed since her parents have bought her everything
The girl cared about herself too much she was very egotistical and spoiled.
She didn’t care about others nor what the others thought of her since she was just so cruel,
She knows her actions speak for herself, but she knew she wanted to change in the inside
She wanted to fit in with the others and have someone to care about her and all about her.
One day she was walking home from school, she saw a homeless 12 year old boy laying on the floor,
He had been asking for money to however had passed by him and so she was by him.
She said “ Get away you nasty smelly trashy kid!” The kid had spoken back at her and said
“ Now there why don’t you feel, wouldn’t you like to change for your benefit?”
She stopped and looked at him and she said “ Well yes of course! But how? It’s impossible.”
The boy got up and looked at her and told her “ If you want to change take me out on a date.” She gagged and said “ Are you serious? But look at you!” “What? Don’t you want to change?” he said. “ Fine lets go.” She said. So both go on a date off to eat at a fancy restaurant called The Chillz.
The girl ordered a Steak Sirloin and the boy ordered chicken fingers with a side of french fries.
“So how is this supposed to help me change?” she said. “I have soo much to tell you. You are a very straight forward women, but what I see is a young, intelligent, outstanding, and beautiful girl and if date me you will see that everything will change.” He said. So she accepts the decision and from that day on she has been the nicest and happiest person alive.