Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

 

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Reflections of my daughter

I stare at you in the mid of night,
I look at the curves of your tiny face,
The curl of your beautiful hair.

And these are the reflections of my daughter,
The one I hold dear.

Your hands are so small,
Yet you embrace so much,
You hold the world in one hand,
And in the other lies the love of your mother.

Your eyes are so bright,
They are the path to your future.
Your lips deliver the words I will never forget,
Your smile brings me joy,
And your voice brings me laughter.

These are the reflections of my daughter,
The one that truely matters.

I love you my daughter,
With all of my heart,
When my life began,
You were the start.

As I sit here and watch you sleep,
You are so innocent,
you are flawless and unique,
You are my one true masterpiece.

One day you will be grown,
And all I will have are memories,
So I will take this time to watch you sleep.

You are like an angel,
you are still like a rock,
You are beautiful like a flower,
you are your own person
The reflection of my daughter.

by: Alita Lerke

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