Robert B. Glass

(Kokomo, Indiana)

(untitled) - Poem by Robert B. Glass

Sweet and innocent they know
no sin. Whether playing in the sun or rain their
faces look natural as they wear their grins.
Living their lives in a carefree way
While envied by adults who remember their
own childhood days. Oh how I miss those
carefree days.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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