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The great cathedral space which was childhood - Virginia Woolf

>> 24 November 2008


Endless space and time
all trees are there to climb

Unconditional love and trust
every no feels so unjust

Outdoors and in the woods
weekends full of baked goods

Summer holidays last forever
oh we think we are so clever

Sleeping on the floor in grandma's house
talking even though the lights are doused

Spending entire days in the local pool
and it is fun to learn things in school

Campfires and sausages on a stick
television and soup when we're sick

Discovering the magic of reading a book
the need to create a personal nook

Stories at bedtime and playing with dad
everything is just fun to be had

Without notice innocence is replaced by knowledge
the power of time and change we have to acknowledge

Oh the wise who know how to remain
that child that lived life without a strain

(c) Mindful Mimi - November 2008
Thanks to  for prompting this poem on the theme of Childhood Memories.


Tumblewords: 24 November 2008 at 20:14  

Nice work! Oh, to be one of those wise!

Anonymous,  24 November 2008 at 21:08  

Yes, it all goes by so fast, so unnoticed while it happens, then we strain to remember, to keep the feeling! Very nice!!

SandyCarlson 24 November 2008 at 22:40  

Ah, to return to the wisdom of childhood! Thanks for this wonderful world picture!

DeLi 25 November 2008 at 03:53  

yes, childhood...i remmeber it as endless space and time :)

sgreerpitt 26 November 2008 at 04:06  

Lovely. My favorite:
"Campfires and sausages on a stick/
television and soup when we're sick"

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