Starry Eyed Baby - Poem by ZoeLeigh Vaughan
She's my starry eyed baby girl,
all her pray,
The tree we used to lay beneath,
kiss teeth stained red
From a sour bottled baby girl
with eyes the size of baby worlds.
As I lay beneath our kissing tree,
I wonder when it all fell apart,
How my baby girl when from starry eyed
Princess to glarring eyed devil girl.
Does she ever wonder what might have been
If we had laid there forever under our
kissing tree, if she hadn't ran
from my love, for fear of heart
Can she see now I still love my sour
bottled baby girl
Or have those baby world eyes disappeared
forever with no return......
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