Treasure Island

Jessica Bousfield

The Lost Teddy

Once there was a little child who loved her teddy bear
She always has her teddy bear near her.
Her teddy bear keeps her happy when she’s asleep
The little child was in the bathroom, brushing her teeth
When a little fairy came in and took the little child’s teddy away
To a far away castle that no one knows about it
When the little child had finished doing her teeth, she notice her teddy was missing
She looked everywhere for the teddy
She was crying when she went to her mommy
The little fairy putted the little child’s teddy back on her bed
The little child went up to her bedroom thinking that her teddy was lost forever
But when she got to her bedroom, she saw her teddy lying at the end of the bed
She was so happy that she slept very well.

Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, December 24, 2008

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  • Melanie Weeks (9/9/2008 5:52:00 AM)

    I loved this poem as much as I love teddy bears! !
    and that horrible thing Jerry said? OMG! ! ! ! everything carries germs! ! (Report) Reply

  • Jerry Hughes (5/26/2008 11:53:00 PM)

    ...and here's the lastest medical bullshit - teddy's are being banned from childrens hospitals because they (teddies) carry germs? (Report) Reply

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