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Kochi's Bear
by Stephen Watson
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This toy bear is almost human;
That’s evident to see.
He loves to play games with a young girl
By the sweet name of Kochi.

He cries a great deal late at night
When she's fast asleep after yawning;
Because he longs to join his friend again;
Not wait until the morning.

These two are meant to be together
Like the apple and the tree;  
And although Kochi may outgrow him;
He’ll never leave her memory. 
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January 16, 2013
More By: Stephen Watson
Views: 1049      Comments: 5

Comments on this Poem

Comment Kochi's bear would have become elder now.Kochi will be bigger now. But bear's memory left a permanent effect of childhood upon her. The childhood can not be returned.
Those toys can not be given that pleasure but those recollections make a permanent place in one's life.
That is the main thing.Thank you so much Stephen Watson Sir.


Nathmal Sharma
04/22/2014 09:44 AM

Comment Best wishes.

Sony Dalia
01/17/2013 11:29 AM

Comment No problem Aparna. Your recent poem inspired me. Glad she liked it.

valemort
01/17/2013 10:55 AM

Comment
Thanks, Stephen.

Very kind of you to write a poem on Kochi's Bear :-)

Read it out to her. She thoroughly enjoyed it as much as I did.

alwaysaparna
01/16/2013 16:39 PM

Comment Lovely pics Aparna.

valemort
01/16/2013 12:24 PM




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