Looking Through A Child’s Eyes, Poetry

Looking Through A Child’s Eyes, Poetry

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Doses of shimmering colors and soft, pastel shades can be seen in greater richness and vibrancy when viewed through the healing touch of a child’s eyes.

Looking Through A Child’s Eyes, Poetry

If I could glimpse through a child’s eyes

at all the wondrous beauty that they see,

My eyes would drink in so much joy,

and these captivating feasts

would satisfy me!

.

I would see the sun glossing a sugar-pink rose,

and a turquoise river flowing wild and free;

There would be rainbows on every corner,

with colors (as an adult)

that I shall never see!

.

If I could glimpse through a child’s eyes,

at all the glorious treasures that they see,

My mind would dream of bedazzling things,

and my lips would speak

in poetry!

.

I could see sparkly, purple jewels,

falling through a blue, velvety sky at night,

And I would be able to touch each one,

and then slide down their glittery

trail of light!

.

If I could glimpse through a child’s eyes,

at the doses of rich colors that they see,

I would forever be enchanted,

for it would be from my heart

that my eyes did spree!

 

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Looking Through a Child’s Eyed
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Looking Through A Child’s Eyes, Poetry

© 2017 Tamara Yancosky Moore

Looking Through A Child’s Eyes, Poetry

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2 comments

    • Oh, thanks Eliza..lol. Bit confused, still, as you can see. But, I just wrote another post. If you ever see anything wrong with title, tags, pics, subject matter, grammar, ETC,. please feel free to do your thing with it. I’ve been so busy, lately, but helping you write these posts is a priority to me! It’s actually very fun, and gets me inspired. Hugs!

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