Baby Shoes - Poem by Kelly Zion
Baby, I was given you
Baby, you're my Baby shoes
Baby, I won't ever misuse
these sweet Baby shoes.
Baby, when I was young
my feet used to hurt so much
my shoes never fit until I grew up
and got cowboy boots,
my Baby shoes.
Oh Baby, I can walk the earth
with you, Baby, I'll never hurt
Oh, Baby you have superpowers,
you're supersweet forever and ever.
Oh, God gave supershoes to you
and then He gave me you, my Baby shoes.
Oh, and I love you, my Baby shoes.
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