Amount of texts to »childhood« 21, and there are 19 texts (90.48%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 208 Characters
Average Rating 3.429 points, 1 Not rated texts
First text on Feb 7th 2001, 16:53:53 wrote
robin about childhood
Latest text on Jul 24th 2009, 21:33:16 wrote
You know who about childhood
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on Jul 24th 2009, 21:33:16 wrote
You know who about childhood

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Texts to »Childhood«

Martin wrote on Apr 30th 2001, 22:32:07 about

childhood

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In childhood we still believe in Gnomes and Unicorns.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 23rd 2001, 16:28:44 about

childhood

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What would a childhood be without a moon to wonder on?

Val wrote on Jun 28th 2001, 16:15:28 about

childhood

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I sometimes wish I could be a child again that doesn't know that we all get older and colder...

Niniel wrote on Feb 25th 2007, 19:23:29 about

childhood

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Only in our time »childhood« has a signifance, only some hundred year ago a child was a human being, who still has to grow. Childhood was the state of »not-yet-being-complete«. Today we know, that childhood is an important stage in one's life – and has a significance of its own. Usually we think, childhood is a time of luck and playing, not worrying. So many of us wish, we could stay children forever. There was a time, when I wished that, too. But I understood, that growing up does not mean getting colder or loosing any of the fun, you can have as a child. Nobody hinders us to laugh and dance. Being adult surely is not easy – but being a child isn't easy, either.

HellaW. wrote on Mar 27th 2001, 00:04:26 about

childhood

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And it was morning.
And I found myself mourning,
for a childhood that I thought had disappeared.
I looked out the window,
And I saw a magpie in the rainbow, the rain had gone
I'm not alone, I turned to the mirror,
I saw you, the child, that once loved.
The child before they broke his heart,
Our heart, the heart that I believed was lost.

whatevernext96 wrote on Sep 12th 2001, 18:12:40 about

childhood

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»Give me a child till the age of seven and it matters not what comes afterwards....«(St. Augustine). Hmmm, depends who you give them to.

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