The Silly Bear
Once, I knew a silly bear,
His fur was soft, damp, and fair.
He wore wacky sunglasses,
And loved eating molasses,
Instead of honey, like bears usually do.
The silly bear had a name,
Which sounded like a game.
His name was Monopoly,
Or perhaps it was Jeopardy,
But I think it was Parcheesi.
Now this silly bear always danced,
And sang as he pranced.
In the day,
He would play,
But what it was, I did not know.
The silly bear, at night,
When gone is the sun and there is no light,
Would yawn and stretch and close its eyes and dream,
Happy thoughts would fill his head as it seem.
Good night, my silly bear.