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Rated: E · Poetry · Relationship · #2141784
The innocence survives - a poem about life.
Emphatic ‘bout our children,
Gazing down at pets,
Emotions, feelings toward all wrongs
Stubborn as it gets.
Lessons learned, we entertain
A quiet sense of knowing,
Aware that in those faces
Is the awesomeness of growing!

The sculpting and envisioning
Of timeless wants for living
Has many of us gearing up
A most delightful giving.
Looking to embrace this role
Of structured youth, desires
Has our paths developing
A touch which God admires.

Uphold that pride and modesty
Of fated, desperate strength -
The care with which the world reacts
Is tearfulness at length.
The cause is for great openness,
Respectful of the Earth;
Channel every bit of want
Towards innocence and mirth. 

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