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The Drowning of Pooh, Jr.

“And then he gave a very long sigh and said, ‘I wish Pooh were here. It’s so much more friendly with two.” — Winnie-the-Pooh. What was supposed to be a pleasant family outing to the New York City Zoo, turned into my first experience of tragedy. I was just six, but the feelings of loss are just as vivid now. When my parents left for the medical mission field in 1953, my grandfather who was then dying of cancer, and whom we would never see again, gave me two stuffed bears: Pooh and Pooh, Jr. They were identical bears except that Pooh, Jr. was three-quarters the size of Pooh. I loved these bears. Pooh, Jr. and I were inseparable. I identified especially with him. Named for my father, David John

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