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SWETA LEENA PANDA

(15th June 1991 / Bhubaneswar)

A Beautiful Poem on Children's' Day


A child is blessed every day
A child is innocent
A child is beautiful gift of god
So never ever hate them for who they are or how they are

They wanna to fulfill their dreams and & overcome hopes and fears.
So never ever Hit them or shove them around
Never ever kick them blossoming dreams to ground.

They waana to remind the adults to dry their tears,
From hearts and minds, Spirits and souls,
They love each other with no strings,

So never ever trick them into living with so many pains.
never treat them like dirt and without respect,
never cheat them and abuse their innocence,
never stop them from being a hero tomorrow,
never crop out them talents for a petty win,
never hide them from the truth that you fear,

So pray that all of us hold
To one another's hands and together sing.
They are our hope.
They are our future.
They are the ones who will change our fate.
They are everything but without our help,
They are the children, have no day to celebrate
Today in this land and all around the world,
I hold in my heart the hopes and wishes,
With hugs and love

To let them know that this is ‘Children's day.'

Submitted: Monday, January 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, January 07, 2013

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