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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

retold poem for anyone really



Teddybear Boy sat on the brick wall, 

Outside school called Crockery Hall. 

Waiting for children to come out to play,

To be with him for a part of the day.


Bear looked smart in his blue jeans,

Wearing a top coloured in green,

Bear waddled his tiny brown feet. 

Waiting for his afternoon treat.


Waved happy at the sound of the bell,

And heard the children merrily yell.

His fluffy big ears fluttered in glee. 

‘Hee, hee, they are coming out to me.’ 


They danced and they cheered

as the teacher there appeared

faces racing to and fro,

Bear truly did not want to go.


Boys and girls there did sing

as Bear did the his Teddybear thing.

He jumped and he hopped.

Arms flapped and they dropped


Then he did a belly flop

until the teacher then said - ‘Stop.’


Bear twirled as the kids said, ‘wow.’

Then smiled and grinned and made a bow.


The boys and girls oh did sigh

then ran, and pranced then danced inside.

Bear went on his way,

as play time was over for today.


Crockery Hall was left fun all day

so he cartwheeled down the road far far away.

This was the day of the Teddybear Boy

who visited a school to leave it full of joy.


He had made the teacher smile,

and played with the children for awhile.

Bear leapt in the air to fly,

Then sang out loud, bye, bye, bye..




Submitted: September 07, 2016

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