To My Lovely Daughter, Theresa
When I look at you, I can't believe
How quickly time has flown!
You were once my darling baby,
But just look at how you've grown!
You're everything that parents wish
Their daughters will someday be:
Beautiful, kind, and caring,
Full of love for all to see;
You're proud, and independent,
Smart, and witty, too;
So many good things all describe
A daughter such as you.
We're oh, so very proud of you,
As surely you must know;
And you know our love goes with you, dear,
Wherever you may go.
Someday, you'll find a special man
With whom to share your life,
And he'll be blessed and happy
With such a special wife.
And when you hold your own child,
Whether it be a girl, or boy,
You'll know then how much we love you,
And how you filled our hearts with joy!
© 2009 by Kathryn Brandon. All rights reserved.
The poem is my own original work, written to Theresa when she was about 16.
and may not be used in any manner without consent. Thank you.
The Midi you are listening to is the special song I
used to rock Theresa to sleep with. So many years ago, and yet,
it still seems like only yesterday....I love you, Daughter!
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