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A child's view of a treasure
 

Children live in a world of imagination
about what they consider as recreation

Tommy says
'I jump high to reach the sky
But I come right down and wonder why
Maybe an airplane would get me there
But mommy and daddy said it costs too much airfare
But I want to rise to see how many birdies are up there'.

Uncle Marvin says
'Tommy I bought you a new telescope
Look through it and you'll cope
Meantime I remember you from the day of your birth
God wants you right here on the earth
Here you can see your self worth
Look through the telescope for merriment and mirth'.

By marvin goldfarb

© 2018 marvin goldfarb (All rights reserved)

 

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