(brief renderings) Joe Fazio


Only A Baby Can...


Baby, can bring you a heaven sent joy.
Baby, , , can cause you to weep, tears of rain.
Baby...can fill you with pride, like no other.
Baby...will bring you tenderness, beyond description.

Is there anything, that can compare, to being with
baby...in a quiet moment.?

My, how the love does flow, as one holds their baby.

Baby, who can have you make a fool of yourself, as
contort your face, to make them laugh.

And have you ever noticed yourself, speaking baby
talk...better than your baby?

Baby, who by their mere glimpse, can bring you
running, crying...laughing at the world.

Baby, a true miracle of innocence, in a chaotic world.

Baby, seems to justify our being...our life.

Baby...Baby...Baby...what would we do without them?

Baby...they undesputable proof, that God is at work.


© Joe Fazio

Submitted: Thursday, February 11, 2010

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