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flax-golden tales: secret wishes of stuffed tigers

April 2nd, 2010 by erin

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secret wishes of stuffed tigers

The kids that play outside make fun of the tiger in the window simply because it is there, and thus fodder for amusement.

Stupid fluffy baby toy.

And the tiger cannot move from the window, so it is forced to watch and listen. It accepts their taunts with unblinking plastic eyes.

The neighbor glares from her window across the way. It is impossible to tell if she glares at the children or the tiger or both.

The tiger doesn’t mind. The tiger is patient.

It knows that if it wishes hard enough, someday it can be a real tiger.

Then they’ll be sorry.

About flax-golden tales. Photo by Carey Farrell. Text by Erin Morgenstern.

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One Response to “flax-golden tales: secret wishes of stuffed tigers”

  1. clovia says:

    Oh, thank goodness the tiger doesn’t mind. I was going to put on a sad, but thank you for letting me know the insolence would not go unpunished =;3