Mother Poem

A mother writes with pride of her daughter. She was born into a world "cruel and unkind", but her beautiful soul helps make the world just a little bit sweeter.

My Little Girl

© Sela V. Ongoloka

In a world so cruel and unkind
A child is born with a heart full of gold
And a soul that can never be defined

Her beautiful eyes that brings out her sweet little face
Can light up a room
That the whole world can embrace

The brightness of her smile
Brings joy to my life
And keeps my heart beating for miles and miles

As the days passes us by
My sweet little girl is starting to grow
And the memories we had I will always keep inside

The warm feelings that I feel when she's around
Comforts my heart
And I'm glad of the treasure that I have found

To me she is my diamonds and pearls
That no one can take away
Because I will stand besides her until the destruction of this world

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Published: Feb 2006

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