Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The magic of laughter

Poetry Jam
magic

Laughter

It shows on the eyes of children
Magic of their enjoyment shows in the twinkle
Excitement grows in their joy

Be an adult that is childish with joy
Learn from childhood magic
Let it show in the gleam of your eyes

Join the children in the magic
Join the children in the laughter
Join the children in the excitement
Join the children in the wonder


with
The magic of laughter
Be
Now and Forever
young





19 comments:

  1. i like to get into the room before the kids come rushing in to see what santa brought, just to be the joy on their faces....i think kids def help us keep that joy alive in our own lives.

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  2. Hmmmm somewhere down the line we forget our magical childhood,thanks for reminding!

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    1. Magic is something we do not want to loose

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  3. I do believe I have accomplished your good advice .....

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  4. The magic of laughter certainly a good thing to keep in touch with. Thanks for posting.

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  5. Childhood magic is the best kind of magic indeed!

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  6. So true that kids can teach us all we need to know about how to approach life. Thanks for this one.

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    1. Kids and great grandparents are the best teachers

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  7. So true! Keeping our inner child alive and happy within us should be the prime purpose of our life. If we succeed, we prolong the happiness of childhood into adulthood.

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    1. Te inner child needs to come out and play every day....accidental poetry lol

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  8. Rae, this is perfect! Love to laugh and that is how we stay young. Thank you for the smiles (and laughter) :-)

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    1. Youth through laughter is an easy fountain of youth

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  9. We can indeed learn again from the children's joy and laughter. How sad we have lost this spontaneity!

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  10. be now and forever young....if we see the season through the eyes of a child

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  11. your photo of the two children says it all! Merry Christmas!

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