Treasure Island

Maria Luisa Taylor

(Madrid, Spain)

The Child

Deep down inside there's a child,
A child tha'ts abused,
A child that couln't smile,
A child that a sick person,

Give this child what she needs,
Love, shelter,
Inocent child
Love was a child who smiled,
Love was a child who jumped,
in puddles in the rain

Beautiful child, being so small,
You inspire me soo big
Precious moments my san,
first steps,
Sweet is the smile,
On the face of a child

Listen to the child in your,
Dear God, take care of,
The little childs on this,

To be a mother is the most,
Beautiful feeling in the world.

Thank you God for my child.

Submitted: Friday, March 13, 2009
Edited: Friday, March 13, 2009

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