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Stuart Smeltzer


Sweet 16


“Sweet 16”

Now you are 16,
Nothing behind you but your childhood!
Now you are truly a teenager.
Look forward to see what the future may hold for you,
Can have in store for you.

Leave no possibilities behind you;
Anything is possible if you put your Mind and Heart into it!
“My Little Queen”

Let no one tell ‘NO’
You can be anything you may or want to be,
Because now you have the world in front of you,
The world can and will offer you anything.
“Happy Sweet 16”
 
By: Stuart W. Smeltzer
4-20-2006

 

Submitted: Saturday, September 14, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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I wrote this for my niece when she turned 16!

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