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maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Babies Trilogy


Babies on demand
First they cry out
When ignored they cry louder
When still ignored they start kicking and breaking
Anything near them

Baby sitters
Should be patient, should be kind
Control their emotion and not do any harm
Because anything the babies do if something goes wrong
Their parents will always blame the baby sitters

Baby parents
First they give responsibility to the baby sitters
Then they sit relax and ignore
When they disturbed they start telling what’s right
And making it all the baby sitters’ fault not their tiny sweet children

Submitted: Friday, February 05, 2010

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