Randi Nicole Dement
Kelcee Mae - Poem by Randi Nicole Dement
A child's love, so blessed and true,
Without it, mommy's heart is a deep blue.
My second baby, my second angel, Dakota's Butter-fry,
I hope and pray you don't believe their lies.
I really miss you holding my neck so tight,
Your little hugs, and butterfly kisses made everything alright.
Everyone here misses our little Monkey-Butt,
When they took you away, it left mommy's heart with a deep cut.
It makes me so sad & I wish everyday that you didn't have to pay the cost,
For what that bad man did, that caused your innocence lost.
I am so very proud of you and glad you told what you had,
Baby, please know, I'm sorry, it's not your fault, that man was bad
And you did nothing to make mommy mad,
But what happened to you and sissy sure makes mommy sad.
I really hope you don't blame me or hate me,
Oh, Babygirl, I am so very sorry for what I didn't see.
I bet your getting so big and tall,
I pray everyday that your daddy will call,
That he will call and say I can see you,
and quickly wipe away those feelings of blue.
I need you smile to brighten my day,
to hear “love you Mom” would lift me where I lay.
I want you to know I think of you a lot,
with tears in my eyes, to many to blot.
Two Birthdays, Two Christmas's, I'll never get back,
Your first day of school, with your brand-new backpack.
Your grades, I bet are always just fine,
You've always been smart and walked that straight line.
I lay awake at night and wonder, do you miss me?
If you'll open your eyes wide, I bet you'll see.
I've always been here waiting, and will be until your free,
To be held, cuddled, loved by your sisters and me.
One day, I promise you, Mommy will win,
And we can all be back together again.
I will get you back one way or another,
And all the time in the world is ours, no-one can us bother!
We love you more than candy bars Kelcee Mae,
I promise we will see each other again one day.
Then Mommy's life will no longer be in a rut,
Because I'll have my precious little Monkey-Butt! !
Written: January 26,2009
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