Auntie’s Baby - Poem by Jamieka Holmes
I’m in love with a man only 2 feet tall
A heart full of gold and a smile that beats all
He still plays with his toys and drinks out his cupee
Every now and then he cries for his mommy
He sleeps in his crib and hangs with his boys
He wanders around without a care in this world
Still dribbles and snores and sometimes wets the bed
But despite all that he still stays in my head
So sweet, so cute, so lovable to a fault
The slightest smile he shows gives my heart a jolt
When he spoke his first words and yelled out my name
I can’t help but smile and be glad he came.
He’s auntie’s baby, number 2, deuce to you.
The only man that I’ve given my heart to
Auntie loves her baby no doubt in that
He’s the love of my life and that’s a fact!
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