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Through Children's Eyes

written by: Prospermind

@prospermindWP

 

When you look at me,
you see me through children’s eyes,
you see a world filled with laughs,
where no one cries.

When you look at me,
you hear the birds, they sing,
you smell the flowers of the gardens,
where bees don’t sting.

When you,
Oh, when you look at me,
perfection is all you see,
but don’t be fooled by the looks of me.

Trust me baby,
there are faults and flaws beneath,
nobody is perfect –
not even me.

Prospermind

Prospermind

Prospermind, originally from Germany, life now has carried him all the way to Shanghai China, where he currently lives.
He is a 23-year old language student, who loves to put the words in his head to paper. He hopes that his words will inspire their reader to create something inspiring to others and him as well.
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