Beautiful Poems

 “What Is A Little Girl!”

She’s a bundle of sweetness,
brightness & fun

The beauty of springtime,
the warmth of the sun

She’s Innocence covered with mud,
sand, & soot

She’s Motherhood dragging
a doll by the foot…

She’s a composite picture of
giggles & tears

Of tantrums, excitement,
amusement & fears

A bundle of mischief
and often a tease

A creature of moods
not easy to please…

Who’ll capture your heart
with her pixie-like grin

Or chatter and beg till your
patience wears thin

But obedient, naughty,
mischievous or coy

She’s Mom’s little Darling &
Dad’s Pride & Joy.

 

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She’s a little bit of sunshine

She’s a smile to light our days

She will steal our hearts and

Keep them with her warm endearing ways

She’s our precious little daughter

With a sweetness from above

Who will fill our years with laughter

And our lives with lots of love.

 

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There’s magic in a little girl,

In shining eyes and tossing curl,

In winsome simile

and dimpled cheeks

And music when she laughs or speaks

There’s magic

in a little girl, its true–

Best wishes to our little girl who now is turning two.

 

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These Are The Years

These are the years, the gentle years
the soft and sentimental years
when wee little fingers
reach and touch
and little eyes gaze
with wonder and trust,
when you love so tenderly
and so much
these are the gentle years.

These are the years the rainbow years
the quiet walk on tiptoe years,
the years of laughter
and smiles and sighs
when both of you watch
with misty eyes
the tiny bed
where a cherub lies,
these are the rainbow years

These are the years, the tender years,
The blissful, sweet-surrender years
when your little treasure from above
is the soul and purpose and center of,
your plans & dreams & dearest love,
these are the tender years

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