Jessica lee Workman

Rookie (January 2,1994 / born in Spokane Washington live in Post Falls Idaho)

Baby Boy Or Girl - Poem by Jessica lee Workman

my baby
At first you moved, only a little.
I could always find you, right in the middle.
As time went on, you really started to grow.
It wasn't a whole lot, in fact, it was rather slow.
Before I knew it you were all over the place.
It kind of felt like, you were running a race. P
eople would ask me, if, you were a boy or a girl.
I would sit and wonder, if, you would have curls.
There are so many things, I really want to know
. But, you are hidden inside, so the answers don't show.
How much will you weigh? How tall will you be?
What color is your hair? Will you even like me?
I hope and pray, you feel like you belong. I never want you to feel,
like you are alone.There will be no one like you, not any place in the world.
It really doesn't matter, if you are a boy or a girl. We are both so happy,
that you even exist. The gender doesn't matter. you'll be hard to resist.
I hope I make you proud, that I am your mother everyday. Because,
you have filled my dreams, in more ways, than words can say.
It won't be long before, I can look you in the eyes.
I can feel the excitement growing, I know I'm going to cry.
Don't worry my angel, those tears will be of joy.
It won't matter to me, if you are a girl or a boy.

Topic(s) of this poem: baby


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 1, 2014



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