„Even If they (children) fall during their play,
the nature, having come
under the spell of their creative sports,
doesn’t know when they again start to play so full of jest.
Believing that they fall unknowingly
the ground, mostly, does not even hurt them.“

—  Suman Pokhrel, From Poetry, <span class="plainlinks"> Children http://www.occupypoetry.net/children_1/</span>
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Suman Pokhrel
poeta, letrista, tradutora e artista 1967

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