Perfectly Imperfect

old destroyed teddy bearThe young child cradles her teddy bear with loving arms

A cherished, much-loved bundle that had no arms

It had one ear chewed away by the dog

It had a button eye lost in a washer drain clog

Her family mocked this bear; the girl loved his imperfect charms

 

 

 

1 thought on “Perfectly Imperfect”

  1. this is great, one more thing to learn from children, nobody is perfect and the imperfect things are the things we can really fall in love with

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