A Baby Hisham 1961 - Poem by shirani ibrahim
You walked in with Aunty Amy and I plunged me into yesteryears
As i hugged you memories flowed filling my eyes with tears
Are you really that babe we carried and pampered that many decades ago
Now grown a man so handsome surely for many to adore
Stored days from the playground of my mind came reeling back to me
The main attraction you were captivating us kids completely
Straight from school a quick change and we run to you
To hug enjoy the baby murmur sounds the angelic in you..
Teasing you, squeezing your baby chubby cheeks to tears.
Till your Aunt Pat comes to rescue your teeny fears..
You were our wonder star down Marys Road you know
Made our days so awesome filled with happiness aglow
Now they are special stories with the sweetest fragrance
True stories treasured and I share with sweet remembrance
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