Casandra Vice


Step Back.


Take a step back,
Baby girl open them eyes to the world,
Don't you see what you have?

You have more then most,
A man that loves you,
A family of your own,
You have brains girl,
So use them wisely.

Show the world what you're made of,
Let them see what I see,
Show the world who you can be,
Shine bright like the stars in the night sky.

Gleam like the moon on the water,
You my dear have potential,
Now all you have to do,
Is see for yourself who you are.

Submitted: Monday, October 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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