patricia merritt (December 24,1942 / Maryland)
Eyes of an Angel
Children at play on merrygorounds, happy
and laughing no pushing no fighting not
kicking one to the ground.
Children on their knees side of their
beds asking for peace and stop the
Parents tucking their children in for the
night with their teddy bears at their side.
Angels see how precious children are,
their desire to learn and grow with love.
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