To that baby
You won't remember me when your'e old
But I will remember you because you brought me such grief
That you may grow up and never be so beautiful again
I wish that everyone stayed like that
You're flesh was pink and rosy
You lay on your mother, cocooned in her love
I wish the world could give you the same,
I wish little baby, just for you
I left before you were named, I wonder who you are, who you will become
I wish you would remain the same.
I don't want the world to taint you
I don't want you to fear
But you were so beautiful, and I will not forget your face.
You were beautiful.
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