Louise Batt


My Dear Child


For you my dear child
This one's for you
For you don't know what it means
When I say
I love you

As every day passes away
I watch you grow and grow
As I remain the same.

For I am here
And I am there
Some times I am everywhere

You may not be able to see me
My dear child
But you have known this
For quite awhile.

For you my dear child
This one's for you
And you still don't know
What it means when I say
I love you

It means that I will watch over you
With care
And I'll always be there
When you are scared

Just promise me one thing
My dear child

Never say good-bye
For good-bye seems like forever
And forever seems like the end
But you will always here a whisper
That says
' I Love You ' once again.

Submitted: Friday, March 20, 2009

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