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Teaching to Fear

Teaching a child to fear a stranger who offers candy leaves her fearful of all a sad commentary on our world

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Just Ducky

baby duck and a daisy symbols of innocence reminding me to choose that which remains untainted

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A Promise for a Child

I dream of a world where all life is sacred, where all understand that We Are One. Where this child could live a life of honor, peace and love.

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Unspoiled

She glides with the grace of an Olympic ice skater, hips swiveling with promise. Heads turn as she passes, unaware of the broken hearts in her wake. This woman child retains her innocence, not yet hardened by life. How I … Continue reading

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Innocence

Where does our innocence go? It seems to fade so quickly, like a rare flower that opens only for a few hours filling the world with its sweet fragrance, then it is gone with only a memory of its existence … Continue reading

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Innocence

The beauty of innocence is a joy to behold. She smiles, then giggles as I make a funny face. It matters not our differences for in this moment, we are just the same—happy to be alive on a summer day, … Continue reading

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Innocence

Innocence Destroyed young By indifferent lust Her life is ruined The family secret stays intact And he remains free To choose again Destroying another’s Innocence ************************************* Submitted to Monday Poetry Potluck http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/2011/07/poetry-potluck-week-43-life-in-free.html

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