Unification News for March 1999


Rosalie Anderson

Boys make noise, the noise of boys,
Galumph and klopfing with their toys.
They stomp and bang and roll and fall
And hum and wail and sing and call.
It doesn't matter which or what
Or who they are or who they're not.
They run and jump and crash and tumble,
Shout and croon and cough and mumble.
Once a monster, once a bear,
A monkey here, a baby there.
They leap and clap and zoom and fly
And groan and squeal and laugh and cry.
And what they will be if they can,
A proud and handsome daddy man,
'Cause daddies grow from little boys.
They get that way from making noise.

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