Bob Taub

Through A Child’s Eyes - Poem by Bob Taub


If you could see through a child’s eyes
The green of grass and blue skies
The hills and valleys all around
The birds above and animals on the ground
The wonders that we see each day
Those are the things for which we need not pay

If all these things a child can see
That which has always been there for you and me
Should we not also take the time to look
At the hills and trees and babbling brook
Just look around and see the prize
That awaits you when you use your eyes

Robert Taub
March 30,1994

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 24, 2009

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