Treasure Island

Nicole GravellPellerino

(04/09/1986 / Buffalo, Ny)

Through A Child's Eyes


Have you ever wondered
What’s its like to see through a child’s eyes?
Have you ever wondered
What a child’s sees?


Children always seem to know,
when you’re feeling down,
They always seem to know
Just how to cheer you up
With a simple smile

Children always see
The best in strangers
Instead of being scared and having fear
They just trust.

When children lie down,
and close their eyes,
for a little sleep,
they dream f a distant land,
where god will watch over them
And angels play


Sometimes I wish,
the world had children’s eyes,
to see al the wonders and surprise
Hidden in children’s eyes
Maybe life would be easier,
If we could all see through children’s eyes

Submitted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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