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A BIRTHDAY KISS

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A BIRTHDAY KISS

written 20th Aug 2001


As I woke up this morning
 instantly, I began mourning
For "I should be holding you, this special day
 but, I know that there "is no possible way

Wondering, if you'd think that I would forget
 is just "one more thing, I am left to regret
I pray, that we will be re-united together again, real soon
 till then, I've blown you a birthday kiss, I sent via the moon

Overwhelmed, I feel as if I love you even more "today
 "yes, today is special, after all it is your birthday
But, I couldn't forget you, no if's, but's or maybe
 for you were blessed, forever to be my baby

You are now my "six year old lovable, Hannabelle
 and no one on Earth, could "ever love you as well
Known now for eternity, making this a very special day
 t'was only this day, you became my daughter in every way

 
                              written for my daughter Hannabelle
                       *For a mothers love is never bound by distance*

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  1. Date: 12/8/2013 8:15:00 PM

    Beautiful poem Denise. The expression of missing a loved one is deeply thought throughout this poem. Enjoyable overall. Check out some of mine. Peace.

  1. Date: 11/8/2013 7:05:00 AM

    Denise this is a very sad and touching poem, not having your baby girl with you would be heart breaking, I am sure things will work out for you in the end and you will be reunited again, very nicely written, top marks for your effort, dear friend. lol...John

    Hopkins Avatar Denise Hopkins Date: 11/8/2013 8:28:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Alls well these days she's 18 and due to have my granddaughter in 5 wks