The age of innocence: A poem by Sugar Zedna

 In the eyes of a child
The world seems like a big balloon
Filled with candies and chocolates
The clouds are floating
Bubble gums and toys
The rainbows are storybooks
about kings, queens, witches,
castles and giants
So innocent, so pure is their
perspective of the very things
that meant so much to them
Unmindful of the real world they live in,
They swim in ideals
of a prince and a princess
living happily ever after
Such a beautiful insight
Let the children play
and enjoy all these
They will only be children once
They deserve this
surreal stage in their lives
Let no one rob them
of this age of innocence

as they are angels in disguise.