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Child's eyes

by

Carlton Dixon

I got up this morning and saw the joy in the child's eyes
I wondered if it will last throughout the child life

It make me so proud to please this child
I wonder if this child will grow up and be proud

At noon, I had fed this child all life could offer
I set this child free, to see what life is going to be

The child returned at the end of the day
And looked at me and began to say,

I have tasted hatred
and that is not what you had fed me
I have tasted jealousy
and that is not what you had fed me

I replied, looking into the mirror,
I fed you love