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My 6 Month Girl - Poem by ADAM WARD

I wake up that fire has gone,
always a thousand thoughts, now only one.
Once the first look of frustration in the morning, now a gleaming smile,
true happiness is out there, just sometimes takes a while.
The flashes, the thought,
the times we cried, the times we fought,
when we first met, when we first kissed,
that feeling never again, it is going to be missed.
the first 6 months i will never forget,
the efforts the things i did, i will never regret.
The last 6 months a declining love,
maybe signs from the great devine above.
That 6 month girls has almost disappeared,
a thought that i always feared.
What has been a difficult phase,
now i look back in a deep gaze.
I now see what life really shows,
full of highs and full of lows.
it is like an ocean war, full of crashes, roars, coldness and heat,
achievement, strength, passion and defeat.
New life is discovered,
a new beauty uncovered.
at the end of a life long day,
you look over and there they lay.
Pure beauty, body, mind and soul,
and again i feel whole.
It is no longer my 6 month girl but someone true and real,
that fire is back in my heart and in love i feel.

Comments about My 6 Month Girl by ADAM WARD

  • C. P. Sharma (6/21/2008 9:58:00 AM)

    Although from that now I retire
    Through 6 month grand daughter
    I now feel that fire.
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  • (6/12/2008 5:50:00 AM)

    I had gone the same experienced.... amazing poem. High marks. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 12, 2008

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