Rachel Fogle

Rookie (July 26,1977 / Baltimore, MD)

Beautiful Child


Every moment that I'm with you is blessed with joy times two.
Every smile you give, makes my heart melt for you.
Love is unequal in your heart and mine,
For I would move heaven and earth just to say you were mine.

Born to another, you are not mine to hold.
Only I don't see this and love you as if you were my own.

Beautiful child come sing with me,
We are as one.
I've raised you from an infant and cannot unlove you now or in the many years to come.

You are part of me now,
In all that is true in this world.
You have brought me joy,
When the world has shown me no more.

Beautiful child.....my Kirstie will always be....
Even in her hurt loves shines through to me....
I see her pain....I see it in eyes....
I see what she tries most to hide.

Let me be your comfort when so many bring you shame.
Let me love you and you will know no shame.

My Beautiful Child.....I love you so....
Keep room in your heart.....and watch it grow.

Take my words....keep this close with you....
And remember my love....
Your Nay Nay will always love you.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2005
Edited: Wednesday, June 02, 2010

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