shireen raza


Children


Children
so sweet, so lovely children,
their beauty is reflected,
in their play and run,
their cute innocent faces
look always bright as the sun,
free from all worries and cares,
their sweet life is full of fun,
thier little hearts, filled with love,
never annoy, never hurt others,
how lucky are their mothers,
their simple work, their simple deeds,
are the joys, everybody needs,
as fresh and beautiful as the flowers,
in their hands, lie great powers,
as power of love, power of innocence,
they make our world like a heaven,
because they r the loveliest gift ever given!
by shireen raza

Submitted: Tuesday, May 25, 2004
Edited: Tuesday, May 25, 2004

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  • Rookie Jennifer Stanbro (5/26/2004 1:57:00 AM)

    Very lovely poem. You capture the child like sprit in this. I hope you are blessed to have children of your own. (Report) Reply

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