A Child's Innocence
by Louisa A email@example.com
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Kids really can say the darndest things.
In memory of Heyward
No, your mama
Your mama wears a bonnet
Your mama wear runs in her stockings
Your mama got moles on her face
Your mama got big pink zits
Your mama slapped your daddy
Your mama don't have no daddy
Your mama looks like a big white stallion
Your mama looks like a big black polar bear.
Oh shucks, I'm tired, me too.
Lets go home, I'm hungry.
See you at the bus stop,
Louisa A Dobbins
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|Reviewed by Joyce Bell
|OH, LOUISA...HOW I DO WISH THAT THE CHILDREN OF TODAY HAD SUCH INNOCENT SPATS AS DESCRIBED. ITS NOT LIKE THIS ANYMORE AND IT'S SHAME...SO MUCH BEAUTIFUL 'INNOCENCE' HAS BEEN LOST...FOR IN THESE DAYS AND TIMES...KNIVES, GUNS AND BRUTAL BEATINGS ARE USED TO 'SETTLE' EVERYTHING. THANKS FOR SHARING AND, BY THE WAY, I LOVE THE NEW PICTURE...ITS A BEAUTIFUL PORTRAIT. BLESSINGS AND FAITH...
JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|That about says it all my friend, I've actually heard kids in my classroom saying these things back and forth to each other...loved it! Great write!
|Reviewed by Lavendar Jazz
|I remember those days... wish chidren still shared that innocence but now people want to fight over "nothing"... you can't say mama jokes like you could in the '80's.|