Toy Cemetery

Once glorious and shiny,
Bouncy and fun,
Now all pounced on and flattened.
Some pieces missing,
No longer enjoyed,
At the bottom of the pile
In a tomb known as a toy chest,
Where they linger
Until the next spring cleaning.

toy tomb

Image: Pixabay


21 thoughts on “Toy Cemetery

  1. It’s a lot easier to cremate the toys and let the wind carry them to toy heaven. You’ve gotta be careful, though! One time I cremated a tennis ball, and it went to dog heaven instead — poor ball thought he was in toy hell.

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