.1 A Child's I Believe. (A Childrens Poem) Poem by Bryan Sefton

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Bryan Sefton

Farnsworth near Bolton, England, UK

.1 A Child's I Believe. (A Childrens Poem)



I believe in Santa
That he loves little boys
For as long as I believe in him
My parents being me toys

I believe in fairies
When I lose one of my teeth
I lift my pillow and there I find
Mum's money underneath

I believe in magic
For when my uncle's here
He lets me keep the coin
He pretends he pulled out of my ear

I believe in grown ups
But they leave me so confused
These silly little games they play
To keep themselves amused

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Bryan Sefton

Farnsworth near Bolton, England, UK
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