Paula Robinson

Rookie (23.02.74 - Not Dead Yet / Stafford, England)

Love Games


Your mother said you loved to play
When you were young
Out all day
On your bike or making dens
Redecorating walls with pens

Your teacher said you loved to play
When you were young
You loved each day
Out in the playground with the boys
Showing off, comparing toys

I know that you love to play
When we’re together
Every day
Not mouse trap or monopoly
But secret games, just you and me

Submitted: Thursday, January 18, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, December 28, 2010
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  • Silver Star - 8,767 Points Heather Wilkins (6/5/2013 2:13:00 PM)

    As children love to play love games, so do adults. Maybe they never outgrow love games. A lovely read Paula (Report) Reply

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