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Mystical Offspring

Rating: 5.0

Often, in a family,
The youngest girl
Is the prettiest;
She’s born
With stars in her eyes
That sparkle
Like an autumn night,
Her will and mind
Are independent
And untamable,

She’s wild like a rodeo ride
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Abha Sharma 07 May 2008

In calling the youngest beautiful I find the family bonding, an unconditional love towards the sibling and this affection also adds as a protection.......... **Abha**

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...the family's youngest of the female gender, where all the conjugal aspirations of two clans' constellar midway ranges between both family lines, as it were, get focused on in a very beautiful way, that is but natural in the case of a beautiful girl.

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Mark Nwagwu 26 April 2008

the youngest girl is indeed the pretiest! a lovely poem. amongst my four children our second daughter, the youngest, is the pretiest and God took her to himself that she may watch over us. this is a striking poem that goes to the heart straightaway.gave it 10

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Alison Cassidy 26 April 2008

Dearest Uriah. I've not seen one of yours for a while. What a treat to discover this one which shows your fine poetic craft and amazing rapport with words. Compassion penned with eloquence and heart. love, Allie ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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Will Barber 26 April 2008

Such a tender write. You have my applause for this one. Adler said that in birth-order, the last-born was the 'baby' of the family, more treasured than the rest. This is a wonderful poem. - Will

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~ Jon London ~ 25 April 2008

What a lovely creation, and fine poem Well written and delivered, all the very best J.L

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Kye Kurion 25 April 2008

hmm interesting, what happens if a newer child is born.

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