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  37.     

I Can'T Remember

I can't remember,
Skipping rocks on the pond,
My childhood forever gone,
My Childhoods lost,

Going to the lake,
Sitting on the beach,
Playing with friends,
And dancing in the streets,

I can't remember,
The talk I had with dad,
My childhood forever gone,
My childhood was lost,

I still can't remember,
How it is gone,
My childhood forever gone,
My childhood's lost!

By: Demarcus Reynolds
 
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  38.     

Childhood

Childhood was a time of innocence
When life was considered to be unambiguous
When the world seemed to be fair
When the universe was based around our little brown bear

Childhood was a time when we lived in dreams
Our future hidden behind life-size screens
When everyone appeared to be our friend
We didn't have to consider what would happen in the end

Childhood was a time when life was full of colours
We would all depend on our feeble Mothers
When sorrows never knocked at our doors
We didn't need to be concerned about wars

Childhood was a time when love was pure
We would all behave immature
There were no obligations
No need to fear the regulations

Childhood was a time which is now long gone
All our friends and family have all moved on
Childhood will never come back but
We all have memories untold, remembered until we grow old.
 
Tasha Thomson

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On Child Labour

Childhood years are something we treasure,
But there are those who have not achieved this pleasure.

A childhood they could not savour,
As they had to do rigorous child labour.

Can there be a gamble of greater sorrow?
Than giving up your childhood,
For some food for tomorrow....
 
Sameer Daniel Gardner

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Childhood

My childhood was spent in a distant, golden age
My birth launched the baby boom, when childhood became all the rage
I was one of nature's children, a terror to behold
But I became one of nature's gentlemen, if I may be so bold
Childhood is a wondrous thing, it goes but all too fast
But I got a second chance, and this time I'll make it last

(Prudhoe, Northumberland,2011)
 
Ron Burn

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