The eyes of my maker

Pull me back to the days when to worry meant when was supper coming?

Pull me back to the days when laughter was a second skin, not forced.

Pull me back to the days when a blade of grass was a world of wonders.

Pull me back to the cradle, gazing into the eyes of my maker.

Pull me back and let me go.

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