black broken heart

Rookie (15/11/93- / in the arms of my love)

brooklyn


Brooklyn
My baby girl,
You are my world.
And the only thing that keeps me coming back
In this hell hole I live in.
Your awesome smile
And childish laugh
Makes me feel that you love me too.

My baby girl,
You rock my world
With every step you grow and grow
Well your almost one now,
I’m feeling proud
Of how my baby girl turned out.

My baby girl,
I love you so…
I am terribly sorry any day
I didn’t let that show.
Because every kiss
Is a kiss of life
That makes you grow up.
Like a seed to a rose
You’re not what people think!

My baby girl,
I wouldn’t know what to do
If you weren’t here
By my side
I will comfort the tears,
And kiss the head
For it will soon be time for bed.
Put on your jarmies
And say goodnight
Because you’re my gorgeous baby girl! ! !

Submitted: Wednesday, August 27, 2008

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