The Eyes of a Child


THE EYES OF A CHILD

When you look to the past for life’s long hidden meaning
For the dreams and the plans made in your youth
Does the thrill to achieve match the warm hidden feeling
That lies so still and lives in you

In the eyes of a child there is joy, there is laughter
There is hope, there is trust, a chance to shape the future
For the lessons of life there is no better teacher
Than the look in the eyes of a child

You’ve found the place to walk the path you’ve chosen
You’ll never miss the world you’ve left behind
When life gives life, it’s happiness unbroken
When you give love, it’s love you’ll find

In the eyes of a child there is joy, there is laughter
There is hope, there is trust, a chance to shape the future
For the lessons of life there is no better teacher
Than the look in the eyes of a child

In the eyes of a child there is joy, there is laughter
There is hope, there is trust, a chance to shape the future
For the lessons of life there is no better teacher
Than the look in the eyes of a child

In the eyes of a child there is joy, there is laughter
There is hope, there is trust, a chance to shape the future
For the lessons of life there is no better teacher
Than the look in the eyes of a child

By Air Supply

Snapshot of Dana, the youngest of the Twisters. She blew out her first birthday candle last week and we decided to capture the event with a series of pictures for posterity. Soon she will be a grown up woman, since time flies so swiftly. Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.
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2 thoughts on “The Eyes of a Child”

  1. I like Air Supply, but I’d never heard this song. It’s lovely, and so is your portrait of Dana. Children are just wonderful — so open, and receptive to all the world has to offer.

  2. I think I’ve said it before, that young children are creatures who best represent an angel. They are so full of tenderness, love and innocence.

    I think the song was appropriate for the theme of the portrait of Dana in Black & White.

    Thank you for your positive comments. They mean a lot to me and provide me with added energy to plough forward.

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