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Let Them Learn

I am doing for all, don’t do that, Let them learn, don’t panic, Give them opportunity to grow, They need courage for danger. No, they are child, she argued, And all the time keeps her busy, Goes to bed when unable to walk, And blames him, you are careless. Look, it isn’t a way of living, Learning process is a natural, Don’t pretend them to admit a child, They will need experience after us. Money can’t help them to survive, They only can live if they knew, To earn sources to use they better. Training is much better than saving. She stops to talk for days, and Home gets in peace, no noise, I continue care for her quietly, She gets anger in under-pressure. When something happens strange She comes back to talk, and reminds, You aren’t as you was before children, You are also and embraced together.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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