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What a nice restful poem. I can just see the children sleeping with a smudge of paint still on their cheeks.
This is an excellent poem.I think you and I have the same goal of trying to write a poem a day-best wishes with it, and thank you for all the kind visits and encouragement.
That's cute and creative. I love this one.
From treat to consequence there, I think.
short, sweet and to the point. Nicely done.
So true! We'll be in that state of sugar shock for a few weeks!
thanks for the comment, pam. :)true. does make for a restful image.
thanks for the comment, edward gault. :)true. sometimes i skip a day or three, but that's the goal. :)
thanks for the comment, gem. :)glad you like it. :)
thanks for the comment, anthony north. :)
thanks for the comment, raven. :)
thanks for the comment, sandycarlson. :)i wouldn't mind some candy here myself. :)
..the magical children..the sugar of life..many thanks..
what a contrast...reminded me of the tnder feleing i get whn im with my nephew..there holy lil terrors at soem point but they are also my angels
so sweet & true (at least after the sugar high wears off)! i remember those days fondly...
simple, yet it succinctly sums the whole experience.
thanks for the comment, zoya gautam. :)true. being around children can be magical. :)
thanks for the comment, deli. :)true. from one end of the spectrum to the next. :)
thanks for the comment, qualcosa di bello. :)true. that sugar high can get crazy. :D and looking back to these days, there will be fondness in our hearts and wistful smiles, perhaps, on our faces.
thanks for the comment, sue. :)
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