Treasure Island

Ragy Sandid


Let's Think Like Children


Let's see the way children think
When things are linked together
Actually for them there is no link
What happened yesterday happened forever or never

When children climb a tree
And fall what do they do?
They can either say why me
Or just follow their life through

And move on to other things
They might remember the fall
But they'll still jump on swings
And throw behind them yesterday and all

So let's think like children
Children can teach us
Who knows what lesson we'll wield in
When the wisdom of their innocence reaches us

Submitted: Monday, December 05, 2005

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  • Deonny Kris Alagos (3/7/2006 2:44:00 AM)

    Simplicity is a basic need of man. Especially we are attached in technology while detached from nature. I like the content... good work! (Report) Reply

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