Slippery slimy in the night,
Pokey polka-dots covered in fur.
Grimy gunk putting up a fight
And slithering shimmering without a purr.
Under your bed,
and in your closet,
Your drawers contain a head,
There’s something squishing out your faucet.
Have you ever noticed these monstrous things
Never even touched your tiny toes?
Except those mosquitos with their wings…
Well apart from those.
You have a knight in shining armor
That wakes in the night
Pushing those monsters back to the floor.
It’s no wonder you never got a bite!
It’s name could be sublime
Like maybe Brownie,
For that one is mine,
My heart she holds the key.
If you haven’t guessed by now
Who this wonder may be,
Who prevented you at night from saying, “ow!”
Then let’s take a deeper look, shall we?
With a big fat tummy
And big ol’ paws
Keeping monsters from saying “yummy”
And batting away their giant claws.
Large round ears
With a snout so huge
Brushing away all your childish fears,
A thing where you take your refuge.
A beautiful bushy tail
On it’s big, beary butt.
Your teddy is without fail
Without even a cut.
Or brown bear.
Keeping those creatures away
From pulling out your hair,
Teddy bear will always stay
No matter what affair.