I Played With You - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
You were my little child,
And I played with you.
We laughed, giggled and said boo.
We had funny fun.
You grew-up and rode on your bike.
You then went with me on a hike.
I love you and I like,
How you smile at me so sunny.
You now are a man but my son.
You are the loved one, you are the one.
And when you were a baby,
We played on the playground.
I played with you.
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