Mary Stampone

(Huntington Beach, CA, USA)

An American Lullabye - Poem by Mary Stampone

Forthcoming new voice of America
Speaking through children without fear
Uninhibited and allowed natural expression
Creativity and emotions quite clear Hearts and minds remaining pure
Society's programming and concepts unperceived
Validation and recognition of feelings
Innocent truth that is breathed Honoring of one's original nature
Innate, divine wisdom being expressed
Preserved pure essence of freedom
Society evolves no longer regressed Recovering from cycles of bondage
Love's wings spread open wide
No judgment nor hatred spoken
Heritage of true self pride

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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