Wullien Thang

My Precious Little Kids

Since i arrived, they were so happy
One sweeping, the other too
so helpful, so precious
One didn't kept his look away
a feeling confused with shy
One was smiling everytime I saw him
his face shinned on me
One was so endearing
wanted to keep all for his own
One, the elder, as always
a smart looking one
One thought to be quiet
and ended up being the naughty
One, the smallest one
a little bright smiling fish
One so quiet, distracted eater
he was the cutest and quiest
One, the baby fat one
so special, hilarious and little
One, a water frighted
smiling and laughing,
Small and shining all.

Such a innocence incorrupted,
In a greenness and leisure,
To Never be scared from my purse,
Because they’re just looking for candies.

Such a tender simplicity,
that a caramel makes happiness

And such a tear,
to know they’re unaware.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 26, 2008

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  • Sofia Moreno (5/7/2008 4:45:00 PM)

    Now you make want to go too!


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