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Toothless Angel, Mary Grace

Mystifying, magical melody your first laughter is to me; As blissful and as joyful as bliss and joy can ever be; Really you're much too young to even smile, my dear; Your lilting giggles, such soothing music to my ear. Gleefully you pinch my nose, grab my hair, you little rose; Readily you enchant me with that toothless angel's smile; And you bounce mirthfully up and down my tummy; Clapping small hands, innocent eyes that let me see; Eyes that mirror love for life, for you from mom and me.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2006

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