Janice B. Cassidy
Little Child By The Sea - Poem by Janice B. Cassidy
Da-dee da-dee dumpty, da-dee da-dee dee;
God's little child by the sea.
You'd free the one inside of me.
Your twinkling eyes my heart would view;
The one, two, three you would not do.
Old Barney was your favorite friend;
You'd laugh and dance, but cry tape's end.
Old memories taught some foods are hot;
You'd cry till loving trust said not.
Clapping, laughing, cheer for me,
Da-dee da-dee dumpty, da-dee da-dee dee.
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