Way Through Life

January 14, 2011
By Scottsgirl BRONZE, Lake Stevens, Washington
Scottsgirl BRONZE, Lake Stevens, Washington
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Childhoods are innocent,
Like a soft plush bear

With everlasting energy,
Playtime lasts all day

Taken around, experiencing new things
Life is an endless adventure

Soon pre-teen years come along,
Little girls and boys are blooming

Transitioning from a bud to a blossom,
Where has time escaped?

Still growing, they need nourishment
Portraying as water, knowledge seeps in

Now maturing teenagers,
Of course they know all

Easily passed over,
Our children feel misunderstood

They will soon learn that life moves on;
That childhood is only one step

The author's comments:
I wrote this poem for my english class.

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