Mariah Rhoda


My Baby


Into my world you came
Your first cry as you made
It was sweet music to my ears
Tears of joy and happiness

As you stretched your tiny arms
As you stretched your tiny feet
All i wanted was to hold them
All i wanted was to caress them

As you wailed from the breeze
All i could hear was sweet music in my ears
As you tried to open your beautiful eyes
All i could see was a small angel

For my angel you are
For my life you are
You brought promise in my life
You brought sunshine in my life
You complete me
My baby

Submitted: Saturday, March 24, 2012
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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