We were brave as a child
In the woods we used to hide
Despite knowing there could be snakes
And worms and other harmful insects.
And we rarely possesed any fears
But if insecurities strike we wailed out our tears.
And we would bath more with our sweat than water
We enjoyed the moments than any matters.
We preferred sports over studies
And play before any sort of punishment.
We grew up like any normal child does
And may be that’s what made our childhood special.