I'm My Parent /S/ Prince
I'm your precious Prince…
My emotions are full of gems please treasure them.
I have innocent thoughts but my actions
cause negative reactions that cause major
I might get into things
that make you insane.
Do not scold me -I don't know
just help me learn and allow me to grow.
Teach me tolerance and more
I am the royal Prince that you adore.
I have eyes that gleam and
a loving spirit that flows like a stream.
My soul craves for family attention every day.
Even when I am stubborn and don't obey.
You must understand
I am still your little man.
It is my royal right
to want everything in sight.
Please be calm,
God assigned you to guard me from harm.
And keep me safe in your arms.
In your time of frustration don't call me bad
I am a reflection of the person your mother had.
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