You're Exceptional!

By Laraine Smith All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry / Children

Blurb

Inspiration came from the song “My Sweet Child,” which is from Dennis DeYoung’s musical adaptation of “101 Dalmatians” by B.T. McNicholl.

Chapter 1

You appeared to me out of nowhere!

Your magical grin brought tears to my eyes!

When you don’t feel magical,

It breaks my heart!

In your mother’s eyes,

There is nothing wrong with you!

Be proud of yourself,

The way I am of you!

In the time to come,

You will be able to know!

You’re exceptional!

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Unicorn: The concept of wolves transforming into humans is a wonderful take on a classic creature. I loved the fluidity of the story and how it was woven together touching base on various subjects. Hope to see this on Kindle or Paperback soon because I would love a copy.

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pencil: Totally believable uncanny most sinister and all about gun shooting and all that. I needy for stories this is a gritty one with amazing love and truth for the world we believe we will never have. That we believed would not happen that gunning down innocent people and children being involved in th...

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Eric Stull: I feel this work is geared more towards children of a certain age that could understand the language used here, but also pre-teen to early teenagers as the work seems to present a story that could easily instruct to this demographic. Regardless, the world developed by the author is engaging.

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