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COULD SHE BE SIXTEEN SO SOON?



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COULD SHE BE SIXTEEN SO SOON?

Not long ago her hand reached out And grasped my finger tight; A toddler stepping toward the world, Her eyes showed her delight. Curiosity was her drive, Exploring house and yard; From tubes of glue to doggie doo, She learned some lessons hard! Not long ago her hand reached out And grasped the streamered grips Of her first bike as off she rode To start a thousand trips To check out this, to go find that, To ride to see a friend; She bravely brushed off nasty spills That sent her end-for-end. And now, today, her hand reached out, Without so much as ""Please"", As if preparing all her life, She took away my keys! She sped away…but then, surprise! She returned to me so fast. As, once again, her hand reached out To touch me…for some cash!
Wes Stephenson

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