Children And Pets

Poem By Susan Alldred Lugton

We love them so much, don't we,
but not us.
We nurture them so much, don't we,
but not us.
We play with them so much, don't we,
but not us
We share them so much, don't we,
but not us.
We worry about them so much, don't we,
but not us.
We forgive them so much, don't we,
but not us.
We miss them so much, don't we,
but not us.
We blame our selves so much, don't we,
but not them
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