“The song of a Child”
Illustrations by: Sylvia Hase
Written by: Ellen Fredrickson
“A child doesn’t need a beat or rhythm to sing a song.
They are each born with a mystical sense of music,
and interpretation of self.”
“From her mouth so innocent
comes forth a song….
A song like none other.
She lifts her head to the heavens
singing of the angels above.
She sings of the butterflies tickling her nose,
and the soft grass under her feet.
She sings tales of woodland creatures
and how she dreams to run with them.
Her voice carries with it the harmony of the winds,
and the beauty of the rainbows.
As if having wings of her own she glides
across the field of tall green grass,
and dances with her sweet melody.
Her song is carried by the wind,
in hopes of reaching a tired soul in need of strength.
Hearing the delicate song of a child,
brings great peace and serenity to all that will listen.
May her song lift your spirits
and soothe your troubled soul.”
This is my first post in March! 🙂 And my first collaboration with Sylvia Hase from kofeart.wordpress.com, and kofegeek.wordpress.com. Sylvia is a talented mathematician and draws in ways that I wish I could. Her skills are one of a kind and she has so many wonderful ideas and posts. It has been very rewarding working with her on this post and I look forward to many more just like it. Thank you Sylvia for your art. Please leave your comments we will love to hear what you think 🙂