Jason Atkinson

Rookie (January 11,1984 / San Jose)

I Remember Poem by Jason Atkinson


I remember the smile on your face
when you looked into my eyes
through them was pure innocents
its still picture in my mind
I felt the blood flowing through my body
from the pounding pumps of my heart
you take my breath away
even when we are far apart
Only love can feel this way
through the child that you are
Remembering your first steps towards me
triggered the beating of my heart

That deep inhale of a breath
when you spoke your first word
It is something that i remember
your love embrace was so firm
I remember and will never forget
the love I felt inside
when you pointed to the mirror and said
look its daddy and the reflection was mine

Submitted: Monday, November 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 04, 2013
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A bundle of joy that words can't express

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