Crystal Bogacki

(San Antonio, TX, USA)

Angels Of Love


Our children are the stars of today.
Our children are the joy of life. These
Children are the angels of our lives.
Children are a message of cheer and joy to
The world. Listen to your children, have
Faith and give them all the love they need.
Children are our little angels of love.
I am a little angel of love.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Rookie Sue Khan (4/5/2012 11:16:00 AM)

    I just adore this poem (apart from the last line - which we'll just draw a discreet veil over) . Our children are the stars of today - yes absolutely, my personal opinion is that Crystal has put her finger on it so succinctly. We adults always drone on about children being the stars of tomorrow. No they're not. They are our bright and wonderful stars of today who light up our humdrum lives with their innocent play. Why do we feel the need to value them only for what they may add to the adult world tomorrow? (Report) Reply

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