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sarangee son


A child like me love running as can be
A child like me always happy like you and me.
A child like you and me loves to be with friends all the time.
A child like all of us! Encouraging each other without spending a dime.

A child like me, always filled with compassion.
A child like me has is guiltiness or harmless.
A child like you and me stay put together each and every time.
A child like all of us! Are always happy that happiness doesn’t

All of us have never grown up without being a little child.
When we feel discourage of your life feel the moments when you are a child.
Let's remember our childhood days that can always be on our side.

No matter if you are a child always remember your'e time is the BEST!

Happy Children's Day to all Kids who will read this...
Also for the older people.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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