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Parent's Inheritance

All dressed up with her hair in ponies the purse with the funny bird on her shoulder White tights and red flower shoes on her feet all ready to go to the ball. Went in her room for just fifteen minutes and came out with permanent, black marker whiskers "Now I'm a cat!!", she said as she snickered and let out a belt of a meow. Decided to be a gardener supreme with fingers all covered in the richest of soil She brings me arrays of colorful flowers picked out just for me with love. For each of these simple, remarkable gifts I'd circle the world in search of I laugh and I giggle and roll on the floor with my dearest inheritance, my child.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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