A Child's Heart

A Child's Heart

A CHILD'S HEART

A child's heart is full of love
Bearing all the burden

Holding on to every promise
Even the uncertain..

A child's tears happy or sad
Are real from within

The cry's come from their souls
Brought on by confusion..

A child thinks of only good
No matter what has happened

They love their mom and dad
But their souls will never mend..

Hold a child oh so close
Don't ever let them go

A gift from the all mighty
Like the first fallen snow..

Unconditional love
Is all that they say and more

To take advantage of that
Is to tear at God's core..

A child's heart is full of love
Not to bear the burden

But to love life to the fullest
Ever so certain..

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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THE TONE OF VOICE

It's not so much what you say
As the manner in which you say it;

It's not so much the language you use
As the tone in which you convey it:

"Come here!" I sharply said,
And the child cowered and wept

"Come here," I said...
He looked and smiled
And straight to my lap he crept.

Words may be mild and fair
And the tone may pierce like a dart;

Words may be soft as the summer air
But the tone may break my heart;

For words come from the mind
Grow by study and art...

But tone leaps from the inner self
Revealing the state of the heart.

Whether you know it or not,
Whether you mean it or care,

Gentleness, kindness, love, and hate,
Envy, anger, are there.

Then, would you quarrels avoid
And peace and love rejoice?

Keep anger not only out of your words
Keep it out of your voice.

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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