Robert Rumery

Rookie (1-17-85 / Dover-Foxcorft, Maine)

Babygirl - Poem by Robert Rumery

Baby Girl,
I love you so much and I don't know,
where I should start where to begin,
there is so much about you that I love,
where do I start?
You’re such a beautiful girl,
your mind is darkened by fear and sadness,
your heart has been broken so many times,
but what can I do I'm only just a man,

Baby Girl,
what can I do to make it all better?
you've told me a thousand times how you felt about me,
how you yearn for me in your life,
how much you love my tender sweet touch,
but look at me an emotional mess,
can't you see.
that I love you too but I can't show it,

Baby Girl,
what are we going to do?
I know the sorrows in your life,
the hatred you have for it,
can't you feel the love that we share?
The love that has drawn us close together?

I look into your eyes,
and I see a forgotten soul,
a misleading heart,
all I want to be is your Baby boy,
All I want to be is your lover the guy,
that saves you from all the sorrow in your life,

Baby Girl,
I can't change the your past,
but I can write your future,
and it is looking bright with glee and happiness,
I see us together,
but what your sister did it was so fucked up,
took what life she had and ended it,
but I say to that is,
we loved,
we missed you,
so when I get to heaven I'm going to sell you my soul,

This is my baby girl,
I'm going to put my arms around here,
and I'm going to lover her tenderly,
under the nights moon,
under the Angel's Love,
She’s my baby girl,
and I'm never letting go

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 13, 2006

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