Jennifer Granville

Lullabye - Poem by Jennifer Granville

I would have sang to you
Lost lullabies...
Whispered and hushed,
And trembling with love.

I would have sang of him
In your lullabies...
And taught you the love
Of your lineage, love.

I longed to rock you, and hold
Your small heart against mine...
Mommy and baby
To beat out the time

As I sang you a soft sweet lullaby
Rock-a-bye baby,
Bye, baby…
Bye, bye.

Comments about Lullabye by Jennifer Granville

  • (10/4/2011 7:01:00 AM)

    Nothing is sweeter than a mother's lullaby to her baby... Nice poem (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 14, 2009

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