Savannah Allison

Rookie (August 21 1990)

Twilights Child - Poem by Savannah Allison

The baby was born at twilight to a mother who didnt care,
she left her where she had her,
yes, just left her there,

What a lovely baby it was,
hair like the sun,
eyes as blue as the sky,
and already filled with fun,

The darkness cloaked the child,
as the mother stole away,
and left the Twilights Child,
alone there to stay,

Hours passed, and the baby cried,
hungry for food and love,
then the Heavens opened,
and an angel came from above,

the angel whisked the baby,
into her warm gentle embrace,
but God didnt want the child yet,
the one with the sweet face,

So the angel took the child,
to a family who had prayed,
for a tiny little baby,
with hair like the sun,
and eyes as blue as the sky,
already filled with such fun,

and Twilights Child was loved,
by this family of four,
when a kind-faced family
found her by their door.

Comments about Twilights Child by Savannah Allison

  • (1/12/2007 1:30:00 PM)

    I love this! ! It is so beautiful.

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  • (1/12/2007 12:33:00 PM)

    A very beautiful poem, i just loved the way you described every detail, very sad, but it is a fact that these things do happen. heart felt, it really moved me to read. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 12, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, December 24, 2010

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