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Children Playing, American Treasures
by Rebekah Rosie Lang

Tuesday, July 06, 2004
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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This is a scene of the impressionist painter, Mary Cassatt, born 1844-1926. It is an American scene she did and it was found in later years. The USPO copyrighted it by the date of 2002 onto a stamp. I took that stamp and wrote this poem. Similiar to what Michelle Mead does but I do not mean to be copying her at all. I am just experimenting!

My dress is dirty
because of the
I do not mind
Neither does
We love to
build sand
castles near
the water.

My skin stays
light while
Julie gets
very dark!
We fight over
the shovel.
Our socks
are wet.
There are things
out on the
water! WOW!
My hat with
the ribbon has
blown away.
Mommy or Daddy
will find it.

It is pretty in
the sunshine.

Written July 4th, 2004 11:41pm CST
Updated July 6th, 2004 7:37pm CST
by Becca Henry, All rights reserved

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Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 9/9/2004

Exceptional analogy - blended with poetic mastery!

Reviewed by Timothy Houlahan 7/13/2004
A interesting and reveiling look at yourself becky,thank you for alowing us your friends to be able to see you more clearly.
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