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What We Owe To Our Children

The world

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To be raised in safe environments
The right to gain independence
To never bring them violence
To this rule, there are no exceptions
To have the best of intentions
We owe them the security
And will act with maturity
Allow them to express their emotions
Never let them feel the obscurity
Their walls will begin to open




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