DREAM

DREAM

by BobbyO Wallace
     
 
This poem is talking to a little boy and a little girl. The words encourage the little children to look beyond what they have and what they can see right before them. It tells them that the things made by man are not nearly as important as the things made by "unseen hand."

Examples of earthly things are given, and they are compared to things beyond the

Overview

This poem is talking to a little boy and a little girl. The words encourage the little children to look beyond what they have and what they can see right before them. It tells them that the things made by man are not nearly as important as the things made by "unseen hand."

Examples of earthly things are given, and they are compared to things beyond the material. Many earthly things come and go, but some things before the children are much, much longer lasting. The children are taught to look up, to lift their hopes and their eyes upward, to want to get the very best in terms of love, happiness, and peace.

Two picture of life are given. One is of the common, material things that some people constantly seek to obtain. The other picture is of family, friends, of high hopes and sights. The children are, also, taught to help their fellow man, to give him a lifting hand, to not forsake him. Such efforts are far more satisfying than what the world considers wealth.

Yes, the children are inspired to DREAM.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148460947
Publisher:
Aladdin Publishing
Publication date:
07/14/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
433 KB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Bobby O. Wallace was born in Rosine, Ohio County, Kentucky. That town is known worldwide as the home of Bluegrass music. Wallace grew up in the area and graduated from nearby Horse Branch School. He then went to Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, earning a BA in physics. After college, he returned to his home area and taught at Horse Branch School for six years. A year or two after that, he went to Fort Worth, Texas, and was a flight instructor at Meacham Field. Then, after some time in electrical, the author went to work for the government. He retired some time back and now lives with his wife in Fort Worth. He has written four full-length books and several poems and short stories.

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