Donald Robbins Sr


My Little Flower


As I sit here on the ground leaning against a tall pine tree looking down into the meadow and watching the cattle grazing, and looking at the crops and the wild vegeation and to my left and to my right I see beautiful green pasture, then there was a ray of sunshine in my eyes, like a narrow beam of light, It was you My little flower your face is like a petal on a rose, so soft and so smooth, My little flower My little flower, you put a ray of sunshine in my heart. The sun shining down on my little flower as a soft summer breeze blowing on my little flower swaying my little flower from side to side, then a warm August shower coming down so soft on her petals, the soft rain and the August sun bring out her beautiful smile on her face. The rain drops falling on her lips to make them soft and prett like a petal on a rose, the soft rain makes her eyes twinkle like a star on a warm summer night. My little flower My little flower. Donald Lee Robbins Sr

Submitted: Sunday, April 18, 2010
Edited: Monday, May 03, 2010
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