Are Babies Truly Like This? - Poem by Buxton Shippy
To see you smile
Is Water in the desert;
Contours not constrained by time.
Keep on smiling
For if you laugh
It's another resurrection.
Wish I could see your inside,
The flawless tributaries
Not jaded by experience;
Not infected by impossibilities
But reaching for the skies.
Is it a new world,
Or it's just my imaginings?
Are babies truly like this?
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