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Carolyn Sears

Rookie (March 30-1950 / Magnolia, Arkansas)

Granny's Angel


In my grand baby world she
Dream of pink butterflies and
Angel with golden wings playing
And singing sweet lullabies

She dream of sweet sugar plums
And lollipops dancing around her
Head

She dream of fairies, white doves
And pink butterflies
With wings tips of gold

Gold and silver dust sprinkling
Down as they open their wings

She dream of little fairies tickling
Little feet

Her joy shows as her laughter cries
Out
Bouncing around with little fairies
Playing and singing sweet lullabies

Her eyes of blue, as deep as the sky
Looking up at the golden half moon
Hanging so high

Stars of silver and golden threads flickers
Durning the night

Unicorns and fairies playing in a
Field of clovers
With pink ribbons and bows

She dreams of pink butterflies as she lay
In her crib sleeping

Dreaming of sweet nothings
Fairies, butterflies and little
Angels with unicorns in her world

As she sleeps in her little world
Where fantasy is true

Her little sisters and brothers
All angels in heavens

Where her world is all but a beautiful
Dream
As she grow and flourish to be a wife
A mother

And tell her stories to her children in
The future

Dedicated To My Grand Baby Miya

Submitted: Saturday, August 30, 2008

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