Tenants short poem

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Vast are the tenants within each their own heart
What hold lays within infants permanent wail
The true occupant of earned tenure
Such early tendrils of wisp cling so dear

May these imperfect ears answer such pure cries
Extend welcome warmth to the Family within You.
This child wandering..barefoot yet unyielding
Senses the private songs of your heart
Still sang today
Over ponds long ago

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Keith Wilson

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A marine science teacher who is deeply connected to the beauty of the natural world and is in endless wonder at the opportunities of discovery that each moment offers.
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Balveen Cheema

The foundation of a child is its womb. Love n faith are the walls in which a babe is brought up. Well expressed!