The Free Inhibited Child

Deals with all aspects of childhood: the good, the bad, the happy, the sad, even the cruel. We meet these children and go frolicking and romping along with them through the Innocent Child and the Artistic Child sections of the book. Like the carefree child chasing after his dream in Butterfly, these children have not yet been expose to the harsh realities of the world, nor corrupted by society. In contrast to the Innocent Child, there is of course the Evil Child section. The poetry reflects a belief that children are for the most part born innocent, yet the writer proves children are made, not born. In another section, the book deals with the loss of innocence, the unfortunate children of the world. These are the children whom fate has dealt poorly with, giving them less than their fair share of what every child needs: love, compassion, parents.

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