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Oops someone spilled red paint on the floor Touch it again look around and feel the chill in the room Bullet holes jammed in walls a little girl with her honey golden hair matted in blood on the floor and baffled little Johnny holding his toy He didnt know it was loadedJohnny has had a rough upbringinghe learned it on television Another two childhoods wasted and gone both to places unknown The boy begins his life as a murderer a crime that will consequently go unpunished The precious little girl is finished in this world her time done hopefully she is off to a better place Childhood is the most influential and pivotal point in a humans life it is at the root of all rebelliousness Blame it on their youth when they were beaten molested raised by an addict mother watched too much television lacked a father or did not receive enough attention and affection Childhood is used as an excuse to procrastinate into living like an adult Put the child to work and no longer does he have time to learn about the ideas that were exposed to him previously on television radio or at home A new little Johnny wakes up eats breakfast gathers his books and walks to school He actively participates in class completes his work and is respectful to his teachers The clocks hand stretches to the numeral two and the bell chimes Little Johnny and his fellow classmates line up and walk outside with their teacher It is time for work camp All of the children in second grade are assigned to clean the community They pluck at the trash and gather it in their bags Pride glows from their cheeks when they see how clean the streets are and what a difference they have made Today these second graders have made about thirty dollars for six hours of work Monday thru Friday the youth go to school
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