'Charlie Girl' Poem by Katherine Perry

'Charlie Girl'

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Hey there thy sweet Charlie girl
Where did you get that name
With your hair so blonde and the
whitest of curls
We're so happy and proud that you
came

You were born so pretty and born so
sweet
Oh the innocent surprise in those eyes
big and blue
And your body so delicate, cute and
petite
Charlotte was the perfect name for you

With a smile that could melt the world
And the beautiful angel that you are
There is no mistaken that your a girl
And from a moon lit sky, a fallen star

You love the books that are read to you
And you love your toys, especially the
balls
But when the day is done, and nothing
left to do
It is your mommy whom you want most of
all

While in the arms of your mother and
roaming all around
You but enlighten everyone that see's
you
And if your being held, no one dare's
to put you down
Oh how we love the things you do that
you do

So then this is how your story begins
With a baby girl so little but brave
To you everyday's a new day to do all
over again
Full of sugar, spice and everything
nice in which you were made!

Saturday, October 25, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: love
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Yu-ying Lee 25 October 2014

Is this poem written inspired by the movie Charlie's Angel? I might be wrong...

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