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My Fig, My Lemon, My Baby Love Poem by Your Pusha


I lay in bed with my ear upon my wrist
I listen closely to the beat of my heart
I smile because it is what you listen to
My love in my belly such a sweet part

My fig my lemon my baby love growing
A smile I haven't known comes over me
I close my eyes and dream of your face
Your little hands and feet and I am free

For a moment from my sadness of this
Of what has not come and come to be
You little lemon are an unexpected one
My baby you have come to surprise me

As I lay and listen to my heart beat
The same heart that beats for you
The reason you live is the reason I live
I believe to save me God sent me you

I find comfort in thinking of you love
I have come to find in you hope & peace
How can something so small fill within
Such a big hole that's been inside of me

My fig my lemon my baby love growing
A smile I haven't known comes over me
I close my eyes and dream of your face
Your little hands and feet and I am free

Submitted: Thursday, March 28, 2013
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