Robert Edgar Burns
Baby Bear's Tea Party - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
Grandma, I have a great idea!
Let’s have a tea party if you please.
I would like two spoons of sugar,
And maybe a spot of cream!
Oh, and even better Grandma,
I’ll ask Baby Bear to come.
He can bring all of his best friends,
The one’s he calls his very good chums!
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh but Grandma!
Grandpa will not believe his luck,
We can pack things for a picnic,
Hey, I’ll put the blankets in the truck!
Now all these bears can come along,
And ride with me in the truck bed.
We’ll sing a song of bears in the woods,
Until the time when we are fed!
Grandma, Grandpa, thank you,
For the fun we all had today!
Can I see all those bears tomorrow,
Because all bears really need to play?
We have tucked him into dreamland,
Singing lullabies until he sleeps.
Baby Bear tucked above his young heart,
For that’s where his love he keeps!
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