I Wonder of the Day

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 “I wonder of the world”
 By T. Clark
  
 I wonder of the world 
 That happens all the day
  
 The innocent abyss
 That comes when children play
  
 I wonder how they stay 
 In their place and time 
  
 While climbing the mountains
 Or swimming the ocean wide
  
 I wonder if they know 
 There’s no one really there
  
 I wonder if they see 
 Their friends are made of air
  
 I wonder if they feel 
 Their mountain is a hill
  
 Or that the ocean blue
 A rocky shore that’s still
  
 I wonder what they see 
 When in their jungle hut
  
 Or how they learn to tame 
 Their wild jungle mutts
  
 I wonder of this world
 That happens all the day
  
 I wonder how I lost 
 My innocent days of play
   

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