When innocence thinks deep

Last year I had posted the following from my then 10 year old son:ย His innocent reflection on his journey of acceptance about being the shortest around, for his age.

https://pragalbhadoshi.wordpress.com/2016/04/28/tall-small/

This week he said to me “Mom, I have 3 poems that I have written on some of my experiences. Can I have my own blog site to publish them?” I promised him that for now I would publish them on my site. If you have any thoughts on his work, please let him know ๐Ÿ™‚

Work!
Do you really have so much work

Or do you just feel you have too much work

Do you have so much work

Or are you fooling around with mirth.

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Do you really have so much work

Or are you just going with a quirk

Did you ever have too much work

Or do you just at your desk lurk

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Do you wish you didnโ€™t have any work

And just acting like a jerk

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Donโ€™t worry about how much

Keep focus and work as much

Donโ€™t bother or struggle as such

Just be done and play as much
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Think good!

When you think about something bad
You mightย just feel very sad
When you donโ€™t think about something good
You wonโ€™t be in a good mood.

If you think that itโ€™s sad
You might get really mad
If you think of something thatโ€™s great
You might have a better fate.

ย When you always think bad
You may not be known as a good lad
If you think that it will be good
It probably surely would.

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ย Fun time?

When youโ€™re doing something fun

You donโ€™t want to be done

When youโ€™re doing something boring

You would rather be snoring.

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When youโ€™re doing something fun

You canโ€™t tell when you should be done

When youโ€™re doing something you donโ€™t enjoy

Your time just doesnโ€™t go by

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When youโ€™re doing something you like

It feels like youโ€™re riding a bike

When you donโ€™t feel like doing something

It feels better to go take a hike

_ By Sanved Doshi, 11 yrs.

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P.S. Sanved is very happy to make this post a contribution to ForgivingFridays, a wonderful blog by dear Debbie.

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45 thoughts on “When innocence thinks deep

  1. This is WONDERFUL! I love your son’s poem. Please tell Sanved that I think he’s really talented and to KEEP GOING ๐Ÿ™‚
    If you like, please feel free to contribute this post for Forgiving Fridays. As a reminder, all you need to do is a pingback to my post from this Friday (https://forgivingconnects.com/2017/04/14/todays-forgiving-fridays-compassion-and-my-mom/ ) and to include #ForgivingFridays in your tags.
    Anyway, up to you! I love it! May the blessings enfold you and your son — Debbie

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  2. this was inevitable, i think you should make him his own blog. I was 14 when i wrote my first, and i was 16 when i finished my first and only novel. My parents knew about it when i was 18. and that too i had to tell them, because i was given a big ass trophy because of that, which i did not know how to hide. well, if only i had had the support and published, So all i am trying to say is get him his blog ASAP!
    cute honest and well rhymed! loved them all! ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Way to go, buddy. These poems remind me of my poems when I was your age about seven years ago. Your ideas and pictures behind the words can be developed into such beautiful verses. Work on it and never see it as a challenge but as a joy. Pour your heart out. Looking forward to seeing your books on the stands. God bless you.. . .

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