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Grandchildren playing



Frivolous laughter whilst playing together in the park,

Their youthfulness and you, two ends of an ageing arc.

Their unbridled exuberance, to them all life is a lark.

Frivolous laughter whilst playing together in the park,


Time stands still as childhood memories embark,

The light of adolescence shines brightly through the dark

Frivolous laughter whilst playing together in the park,

Their youthfulness and you, two ends of an ageing arc.


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