Bear Tidings - Lincoln Park Zoo - Poem by Ima Ryma
Happy 28th birthday year
To Papa Bear (that's me) from you.
Over the years you've brought me cheer
In time and place - Lincoln Park Zoo.
With just a glass wall in between,
You and I can get friendly close.
That's not the same in the wild scene.
Some folks do stupid overdose,
And think the wild bears are like me,
Bad encounters protected from.
But in the wild, we bears do be
In dangers' way from human dumb.
So if you visit Yellowstone,
Please look, but leave us bears alone.
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