Janice Walkden

Teddy - Poem by Janice Walkden

I have a little bear
I keep him in my bed
He doesn’t have a name
I think I’ll call him Ted!

When I go to sleep
He’ll be there at my side
So if I get scared at night
we can together hide

The monsters under the bed
should know I have no fear
So go and scare someone else
Leave me and disappear.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 28, 2006

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