bridgitte kwaak


Christmas Night Doll - Poem by bridgitte kwaak

I'll hold your hand and lead you home,
On the way,
Your fun soft curly hair I comb.
I laugh and giggle,
Like a child I wiggle,
Out of place into your arms.
All I've come to know,
Is your warth in this snow.
Outside we have fun,
Till the moon takes away the sun.
As I shiver you move in,
Wrapped your arms around me,
The warth of you deepens.
My eyes droup and you smile,
Carryibng me up the stairs.
Lay me down and craddle me to your chest,
So I can sleep silent and peacefully.
I'm awaken to your calm heart that sings to me,
Silently asleep your at ease.
I can't move for I wouldn't dare wake you from this state.
I lay staring at you,
You've melted my heart it's true.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 15, 2008



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