A Parent's Joy

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    A Parent's Joy

    The parent's greatest source of joy
    may be the laughter of a child.
    The giggley coo's of an infant
    learning to play peek-a-boo;
    The cackley silliness of
    a young child tickled and tossed;
    The gurgley guffaws of
    a young teen getting and playing jokes;
    The open-mouthed joyful smiles
    of young people at play with their siblings;
    And the parent's greatest source of joy
    may be laughter born from a child.

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    ivecute77 commented on A Parent's Joy

    12-08-2008

    it takes me back to them wounderful times of my life with my children up tell now the teenage years. thank you.

    Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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