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Children are little marvels

They conquer things big and small

They have no inhibitions

No cares or worries at all.

From the moment they start moving

When they roll from front to back

You know it won't be long

Before they launch their first attack.

All the things that are needed

Like a bowl, a spoon, a bib

Nappies, clothes and bum cream

A buggy and a crib.

When they get up on their feet

And toddle to your side

Their hands will be in everything

With a grin a mile wide.

Children are little marvels

That we wouldn't be without

They bring us smiles and sunshine

And love with no room for doubt.


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  1. Date: 1/3/2015 9:06:00 AM

    Nicely written, children are your passion :)