June 13, 2011
By Fall0fWInter BRONZE, Sayville, New York
Fall0fWInter BRONZE, Sayville, New York
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Childhood's a fairytale
Everything you see
Will never look the same
Say as when you're twenty-three

You will not pictures dinosaurs
In the clouds above your head
Nor will you think that there are monsters
Hiding underneath the bed

Childhood's the time in life
Where you can anything you want to be
Like maybe a ballerina
Or a pirate on the sea

But there are days where I still stare
And see those dinosaurs up above
It's those kind of playful Child things
that everybody loves

The author's comments:
this poem is about how even when you are growing up you can still every once in a while be a child and that you should cherish those days.

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