Hush? - By Dolston Morian - Poem by Dolston Morian
A child is marvelous gift from above
A bundle of life, a bundle of joy
And a heritage of love
Hush not the gift of a child
So tender then a gift-wrap so sweet
A sparkle in the eye with little ginger-kick feet
With their happy and gorgeous smiles
They fascinate you all the while
Hush not the cute of a child
So funny and dainty the things they do and say
I laugh at the wisdom and smart of ‘J'
Just so innocent and harmless each day
You would never believe
Hush not the bright of a child
Their love is untarnished at best
Their kindness and care is so very rare.
It blows my mind and strips me to tear
So always nice to have them around
Hush not the virtue of a child
Let them play and dance with glee
Enjoy the sounds of their kekekeke.
You will be sad when finally they're gone
Be good to them now or you will be torn
Take time then to listen and learn
Be patient with a child, they are not a storm
A child was meant to be a blessing each day
Hush not the sound of a child.
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