My Raggedy Ann

We played together, Raggedy Ann,
as playmates often do.
I always shared my dreams
with nobody else but you.

Each night my prayers were whispered
with you snuggled by my side.
On stormy nights the thunder
made us cover up and hide.

Now your eyes have both grown weary
and your arm is slightly torn,
Your cuddly body is tattered,
and your nose is mashed and worn.

We did so much together Raggedy Ann,
the years, oh how they flew.
And I cherish every memory
of growing up with you.


||Author Unknown||





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