GAYLE ANNE GOFF

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LITTLE GIRLS


Most little girls dream of being a
grown up mommy some day.
They play dress up.
Some dream of being a bride
someday.

They dream these dreams as
little girls, when their still in
pig tales and pony tales..

But at very early age they learn
that famous song.

'''SONG''

''First comes love
Then comes marriage.
Then comes- with
a baby carriage.''

Then one day that little girl
turns around.
And shes become a
young lady.

Shes lost those pig tales
and pony tales.
And she not sure anymore
if first comes love.

Then comes marriage
Then comes a baby carriage
is what she now wants in life.

She remembers little girls dreams
are that

'' DREAMS''

Dreams are what little girls
are made from.
1 SUGAR AND SPICE
2 AND EVERYTHING NICE.

Submitted: Monday, September 22, 2008
Edited: Monday, December 15, 2008

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