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Doris Dzameshie


Child of light


You fascinate me, oh child of light
Blinking little lights dancing around you
Know that you cannot hide behind friends
Your intelligence is a gift from God

You fascinate me, oh child of light
Colors of the rainbow know you
Know that you cannot hide behind strangers
Your emotional strength is a gift from God

You fascinate me, oh child of light
Plains of light know you
Know that you cannot hide behind enemies
Your spirituality is a gift from God

You fascinate me, oh child of light
Children of light know you
Know that you can no longer afford to hide
Your material wealth is a gift from God

Submitted: Thursday, September 24, 2009

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  • Rookie C.H. Seow (9/24/2009 8:06:00 PM)

    Children are indeed gifts from Him..I presumed you are either a teacher, nurse, or a mother to beautiful children? =D Beautifully crafted and I could feel the glow of the warmth from your poem =) (Report) Reply

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