Sabrina Denise Healey Jan Baby, I'm yours, from the very start That's when you first captured my heart I smile each time you walk through the door I feel your love all around me and through my very core I feel the fire and see the light This with you- feels oh so right I miss you so- whenever we're apart I even allowed you to take my hand and lead me onto the dance floor Having you hold me close- and then all I want is more Kiss me passionately and hold me tight Baby, I'm yours, each and every night Nina McNally-Flanders Mar My Baby Boy.
I write this because you have change my life You came into my life just as I needed someone to talk to too And now you are sick.
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You are the greatest thing in my life and No matter what I will remember you always! As I write this I listen to you sleep and listen to your sisters sleep and wonder around and eat. If only you can come back and feel better, tomorrow. As I write this, I am crying because I can't let go of you. You're my baby and you help me though so much, you and your sisters.
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I love you my dear Patrick! You are more than my pet ferret, you are my friend! No matter what happens you will always be with me. Until the day we part I am praying and hoping you will get better So you don't have to leave me this soon. I love you baby boy!
I am so glad you came into my life. Wrote this for my ferret, Patrick. He is very sick lately and I hope he gets better, but I don't know if he's gonna make it. But I will pray and pray and hope for the best. Amanda Mar Sleep baby, sleep. The bags under your eyes grow darker and darker as the days pass you insist that youre fine I place a kiss on my forehead.
Your tired eyes are telling of the wars you fight every night But you're bound to crash sooner or later so curl up by my side intertwine your hand with mine and rest your tired eyes. Madisen Kuhn Sep Mohamed Nasir Jul A Baby Born; Sonnet A baby born but not a grudge he bares; Whose blood so clean and pure like mountain spring, Yet unblemished by scandals, love affairs, And not a pinch of what sorrow could bring.
And deep in sleep too young to know of love And lust, of crime was done because of shame. He knows not now of being called outcast. But hate would come and callous jibes would tear His heart as he grows and knew his past.
Tender, without being mawkish, with its use of the same rhymes acting almost like a gently rocking cradle. If you enjoyed this pick of some of the greatest poems about babies, then you might also enjoy our pick of the best poems about childhood. Pingback: Five of the Best Baby Poems collect magazine.
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Interesting…I was expecting at least one poem about the infant Jesus. Are there really no verses? Or are none of them any good?
There are some nice medieval lyrics, but I think Jesus poems would make for a good separate post! Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
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