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Ashley For My 4 Year Old GrandDaughter

Petite, dainty,
charming and sweet.
Hair the shade,
of Autumns golden wheat.
Her favorite color, 
"Green" is what she'd say.
"Green as grass"
on a summers day.
Maybe a hairdresser,
she loves cutting bangs and curls.
Two other siblings how lucky,
both girls.
"But oh, mommy, 
can't you see"
"How much more beautiful, they are,
because of me"
Mommy says, 
"What am I to do"
"No matter what,
I still love you"

Copyright © Elizabeth Ann Bushey | Year Posted 2005


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Date: 2/8/2016 12:35:00 PM

ELIZABETH, Enjoyed the way you expressed every line. Please keep writing and sharing your poetry. LOVE LINDA