Children Poem

Through My Daughter's Eyes

A mother sees a world of wonderment through her daughter's eyes and yearns for the time that her own sight was so pure.


© Dusti J. Gardiner

I see the whole world in a new light
Through my daughter's eyes
I don't see the bad, only the good
I see the wonder that every day holds for her,
Something new in a flower
That I never saw before
Something magic in her mind
That shines through her eyes out into her world
I only wish that my eyes still held that magic
That magic that I see only through
My Daughter's eyes.


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Published: Feb 2006

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