Rose Marie Cook


Baby Doll


Baby girl
I love you so
Baby girl
Please don't go

Baby girl;
That's who I am to you
A little doll
You take great care of

You brush the hair
Back off my face
Look in my eyes
And see grace

You see me as beauty
Out of all the dolls you chose me
Your little baby doll
Whom you love

Your little baby girl
That's who I'll be
Waiting here for you
Till you want me

Your baby girl
As cute as can be
I'll be your friend
Tell you anything

For now I'll sit on my shelf
Quiet and relaxed
But one day you'll open my box
And wonder what you thought

Baby girl I'll always be
In that line waiting, waiting
For the chance when I'm your baby girl
Someday the one you love will be me

Submitted: Tuesday, July 28, 2009

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  • Rookie - 216 Points Danny H (8/15/2009 2:07:00 AM)

    This is so, ....i love the whole thing.
    The metaphor as baby doll, the want, the need,
    staying relaxed waiting upon their realization
    Well done :) (Report) Reply

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