Belmont W. Adams
It Happened In Lambertville - Poem by Belmont W. Adams
All the world will know what happened in Lambertville.
Just three weeks into January, in nineteen hundred ninety-seven,
A lovely little angel flew all the way from heaven,
And nestled in Donna's arms in a lovely loving way.
And when Jon and Donna saw her, sure she looked so fit and dear,
They said, "We're GOING TO KEEP HER--for she looks so lovely here."
So they sprinkled her with stardust, from her home in heaven
For she's a little angel, and always bound to be.
She will live with love and helpfulness, and grow up
Making dreams come true - for herself and all her family.
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