I'Ll Love You Forever - Poem by Patricia Kelley
I'll Love you Forever
I looked out the window today.
I thought I saw you in the hammock.
I could see your long blonde hair swaying in the wind.
Then I remembered as a child how you would stretch your
Little arms out as far as you could reach.
Momma, you would say, I love you this much.
Oh, how my heart and mind long to hear those words again.
I can still smell your sweet scent.
My beautiful little daughter, how, I loved to comb your long blonde hair,
getting a smell of your sweet scent.
Baby fresh is how you smelled.
Now all I have are flashes of memories that hit me
over and over, again!
The many times I braided your hair.
The times you helped me cook with flair.
My little girl is now in Heaven swinging on the highest swing.
And sometimes when I look in the mirror, I see her all over again.
Because she lives forever inside of me,
I'll always love her through eternity.
I know with certainty.
We will see each other again.
Oh, how my heart will sing.
When I look into your face and see my eyes in you, again!
I'll say, I'll love you forever,
I told you we would be together again, someday!
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