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I've loved more deeply than the depths of the largest ocean
and been loved in return
by the caress of a child's touch
so pure and innocent.

The light that shines through a child's eyes
the newness
not yet tainted by the harshness
of his surroundings.

To reach out and grasp that pureness
that envelopes like a soft cloud
The unbridled joy of being.
simplistic pleasures....

There is no need to look outside oneself
to crutch on vices
So small and yet so strong a mind
no demons to do battle with

I look into this face of sweetness
and the little me
reinforces my hopes and dreams
of a better tomorrow.

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The following comments are for "A Child's Touch"
by Indianna

Nothing is Like It
There is nothing like a child's touch...the look in their little eyes sometimes, can be love, pain, hurt, and confused. I enjoy this lyric very much. Thank You!


( Posted by: JEANNIE45 [Member] On: April 15, 2005 )

peaceful touch
that what can I describe whatever childis...a look a touch a smile...or even a cry..all are peacful

your words are so , since it is about a child :)
I like the first two lines :
I've loved more deeply than the depths of the largest ocean
and been loved in return
warm and deep feelings..

enjoyed..thanks for sharing

( Posted by: fairgrace [Member] On: April 15, 2005 )

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