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A poem for children

A little child,

scared and lost

Wanders through the night.

Many moonbeams light her path

Tears roll down the cherub face.

She sits on a stump to rest.

A tiny, white rabbit

With fur soft as silk,

hops To the toe of her shoe.

He blinks his big, brown eyes

As she holds him to her chest.

It calms her fears a bit.

An Angel of the night

Kneels gently to her side

He carries the sleepy child

Still clutching her new friend

To a nest of leaves to rest

By a babbling stream.

He holds her while she sleeps.

Lights searched, into the night

Looking for my Annie.

Where are you, my darling child?

Will I ever see you again?

We stumbled onto a path

Long forgotten, deep in the woods.

We followed the trail and our hearts,

Hoping all would be well.

Beside a stream, asleep in the leaves

Lay my little Annie.

She was smiling and holding

A little baby bunny.

The angels helped us find her that night.

And when she awoke she told

Of the man with silver wings

Who sang her Lullabies

And told her not to fear.

If she would wait, among the leaves

Her Mommy would soon be here. 


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Reviewed by Connie Faust
This is a breathtaking poem! What a precious story!
Reviewed by John Domino
Very comforting and full of promise. Well done!
Reviewed by Richard Orey
Thank you for sharing with us all of any age, Kathy.

I was once that child. Guardian Angels saved my life and my future and taught me that we are never alone. God is everywhere.

A lovely poem of a wonderful truth. How can you not believe?

Reviewed by Regis Auffray
A lovely, captivating poetic tale. Thank you for sharing it, Kathy. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Enchanting and charming...
Reviewed by Michelle Mills
How very moving...beautiful work. Michelle
Reviewed by J M
Beautiful calming and inspirational.....Welcome here I enjoyed your poetry.

Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath

"Lost and Found"
A superb and well construction write!
Kathryn thank you for posting this, take care
Continued success and strength in ALL your work(s).

Reviewed by Susan Sonnen
so very, very lovely! this just warms my heart...thank you!

Reviewed by CJ Heck
Oh this is so beautiful, so uplifting, Kathy. Children will love this -- I know the child in me does!
Lovely word images. I'm glad you're here -- I enjoy your writing.
My very warmest regards,
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