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This momma's Heart



This momma's Heart
By Joss on 02/03/2011
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.by Joss Legault on Monday, June 21, 2010 at 10:23pm.
This momma''s Heart is broken in two,
This moma''s heart will always love you.

I know what I want to say to you girl,
I love you so much you are my whole world.

I wish things were different right from the start.
If I knew then all things I now know...

But i could not help you,
alone in the dark.

I am sorry I let the evil beasts in,
I wanted to protect you from all kinds of sin.

Someone has taken the girl that I knew,
and replaced her with someone I know now as you.

I wanted to hold you and keep you safe,
but as it turned out I was too late.

Now once again your Birthday is here,
my heart breaks more as I cry every tear.

My three year old beauty hardly knows who I am,
But I love her and show her the best that I can.

and to all of you out there who have you kids near,
Hug them and hold them all through their years.

when you think that they''re to big to hold, they are not.
They need to know that you love them alot.

kiss them once on the forehead from me,
and I''ll do the same from all of you to Shea-lee!


Happy Birthday little girl, I love you!! <3
.

© By Joss On 2/3/2011 9:24:30 PM
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