What We See In The Beginning - Poem by Amanda Shelton
The baby sees for the first time.
With eye's wide open behold the wonders of the world.
Colors and shapes so bright and brilliant,
for they are the first to be seen at first site.
Blues, greens, yellows, circles, square, triangles, and rectangles and so much more.
The mysteries of birth, and us learning to be children and intelligent brings.
Leaving this world changed and indifferent from others circling our sun and galaxies alike.
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