Panda-Bear Poem - Poem by Walterrean Salley
If the panda doesn’t tug at your heart,
Maybe you don’t have one.
It is the cutest, cuddliest bear
That is known under the sun.
Indeed they are a blessing
To the sub-human race.
Just watching them brings joy,
And a smile across the face.
They remind of the Three Bears—
Poppa, Momma and baby.
And appearing very harmless,
They make you want one. Maybe?
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