This is deliberately written to parody A.A.Milne’s famous poem, Teddy Bear.
A bear should not be frozen stiff,
unless his home is polar cliff.
Residing in suburbia,
can one have hypothermia?
There is an instance this can be:
a wheezy, sneezy childhood plea.
The freezer then becomes the norm,
in order to destroy the germ.
In this sub-arctic habitat
one can’t control the thermostat.
For bug on fur must live no more,
to ease the chest from being sore.
The prize for such glacial bears,
is night-time bumping up the stairs;
to cuddle tight in thermal bed,
this oh-so-chilled asthma ted.