Ann McKinley

Freshman - 601 Points (12/26/1992 / Lewiston ID)

My Daughter - Poem by Ann McKinley

I did't know what true love was

Until the day I met you

instant smile on my face

Your head was shaped weird

and that made mommy laugh

your hands were so little

and you looked at me and smiled

I couldnt imagine ever letting you go

You are my heart and soul

The way you have changed my life

Has changed my mind

about how i need to be

You need extra love from me

Your laugh makes my heart melt

and your hugs

are enough

to take away all the bad stuff

I promise to love you forever

to be there when you are scared

to wipe your tiny little tears

Your getting bigger as the time goes by

and I cant believe how much you have bloomed

right in front of my eyes

The greatest thing I have ever heard

Is your tiny voice saying mom

Topic(s) of this poem: daughters

Comments about My Daughter by Ann McKinley

  • Kelly Kurt (3/21/2015 5:24:00 PM)

    The beauty of children and parenthood. Thanks (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 21, 2015

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