Treasure Island

Aldo Kraas

(July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)

LET CHILDREN BE CHILDREN FOR ONCE


Let children be children for once
By leting them play
Where is safe
And by leting them know
That you will protect them always
Because you are their parents
Let children be children for once
By allowing them to show their love for you
Because you are their parents
And please tell your children that you love them
Because that is what they want to hear
From you

Submitted: Wednesday, February 07, 2007
Edited: Monday, January 10, 2011

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  • Melvina Germain (4/21/2009 4:34:00 AM)

    I say keep writing Aldo and let your feeling flow on the page, don't hold back let them out. Children are precious and I did receive that message. (Report) Reply

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