The Child Inside

They say a picture is worth a thousand words.
Some take a child for angels, some for birds.
How much is it worth with the child's face?
I'll tell you now and rest my case!
Who can resist the charm she casts?
Who can foretell how long it lasts?
Who can reject the smile she gives?
Who doesn't like the life she lives?
Who can refuse to play with her?
Who can't be kind? Who can't be fair?
Who doesn't feel the words she says?
Who can translate or paraphrase? !
It takes a child to learn these facts!
It takes a man to grasp such acts.
This tiny child inflames our pride.
This shining pearl remains inside.
And comes out like a rising tide.

1/9/2014

Monday, September 1, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: innocence
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Roseann Shawiak 04 September 2014

Very beautiful picture of the child inside. The whole poem tenderly portrays the little girl and all she is and does. Great flowing rhythm throughout the poem. Loved it. Thank you for sharing.

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