This Poem was Submitted By: Jackie Ray Kays On Date: 2000-12-28 23:42:59 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Teddy Bear

There it lay at the corner of the old shed,  all ruffled and scorned.  One arm missing, a blue button eye gone.  The dark brown stitches split and the  cotton stuffing protruding and torn.  Once a proud and true friend of a little boy name Timmy.  Warm and snuggled in his little three year old arms  every night, when the lamp was turned down dimly.      The sky turned black, the lightening flashed and  the thunder clashed.  From out of the blacken sky came a freight-train  sound, then a tremendous crash.  Years later, all that is left…  little Timmy’s tiny  Teddy Bear laying in  the trash. 

Copyright © December 2000 Jackie Ray Kays

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