Treasure Island

Donna Donzella

(2/11/58 / Brooklyn, New York)

Born from Love~Children

They're two of a kind, this I know,
Their wonderful spirits always show...
This was surely a great day,
As Frankie graduated and we continued to pray.
I'm so proud to have a niece and nephew such as this,
I always greet them with a kiss...
Gina's on her way too,
When school begins in September.
Children are the Light of the World...
There's is pure love,
Sent from above.
I never had children of my own,
I'm so happy to see how much Gina & Frankie have grown.
So never forget that beautiful child you once were,
Knowing that God brought us here...

Dedicated to my beautiful niece and nephew, Gina and Frankie,
Children circle the world with Love!

Submitted: Tuesday, June 15, 2010
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