Mary Murphy Poems
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Life Passes So Fast
Baby girl rests in the crib,
Now she’s got a dirty bib,
Little nightgown with slippers of blue,
And now she wares a school dress too.
Lunch box packed an ready to go,
She’s the star dancer in the show.
Roller blades and scraped up knees,
Plays with the boys, they’re climbing trees.
Last baby tooth falls out today,
No more dolls used for play.
Soccer uniform stained and ripped,
Wore heels today and never tripped.
Bowling alley with her friends,
Shopping for the latest trends.
Headphones on while in the car,
Meets her boyfriend at the ...
'Problem' Solved? ? ?
God sees a gift.
You see a disease.
God grants new life.
'Nurse kill it please”
If she could speak,
What would she say?
If she could run,
She’d run away.