Brandi Young

Rookie (06-01-89 / New Jersey)

Wonder


Can't speak
Can't eat
Can't walk

But yet
He smiles
He laughs
He gives you a hug
He gives you a kiss

Wonder what's going on inside of his mind
Wonder if he knows that he's not like Jack and Jill

Wonder if he gets frustrated that he can't walk, talk, or eat
Wonder if he knows whats going on

Wonder if he knows how special he is
Wonder if he knoes hes trapped in hes own mind

Wonder what he thinks
Wonder what he feels

Wonder if he knows how much he's loved
Wonder if he loves back

Wonder if he knows he's not a little baby anymore

Wonder when hes going to eat and walk on his own
Wonder when is he going to say his first word

Wonder when is he going to find true love
Wonder when id he going to go off on his own

Wonder if he knows that i'm his big sister
Wonder if he knows how much i love him

Wonder if he knows that i'm always going to be here for him
Wonder if he knows that he's my little hero

I want to live forever
So i don't miss a thing

(1-13-06)

Submitted: Friday, January 27, 2006
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