You can feel the wet dew on your
bare feet and almost see the
bright light taking over the
darkness. You find in your heart
that you can see without eyes and
feel that the morning will see you
when you're walking alone.
— Natalie Davidson of Gig Harbor, Wash., is the 9-year-old granddaughter of Larry and Angie Davidson of Lawrence. Natalie was asked to write a poem for her third grade class imagining what it would be like to be blind.