Janice S. Hensley
Babies Eyes - Poem by Janice S. Hensley
Soft, delicate, cuddley, and warm.
Snuggling safely in Dad's arms.
Innocently you gaze,
Sometimes in surprise,
Reminding how precious each life.
All things for you are new,
Much exploring you'll need to do,
All the earth's beauty to view.
This world so wonderful could be,
If through eyes of babies,
We all could see.
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