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Brooke

Born an angel on the day she arrived 
A little too early for her to survive
The Kingdom of Heaven embraced her with love
As she flew past the gates with a little white dove
 
She smiles and dances in the open sunlight
And sleeps with the stars in the silence of night
With her finger she writes her name in a cloud
Making her daddy so happy and proud
 
A face of perfection and skin milky white
she twirls around her hair in delight.
Her eyes hold a story someday to be told
Of a love that still burns and can never be cold
 
A gift to her parents created with love
Forever this day I'll look up above
For she is so precious I wish I could hold
My angel forever that will never grow old
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Tiffany Broussard More than 1 year ago
I can understand you and feel your pain cause it's also my same loss.
Tony Baca More than 1 year ago
Tiffany, thanks for taking the time to review my poem. I wrote it about 7 years ago, and never really meant it to be shared with the masses. The words are truly from the heart and express a combination of joy and sadness for a life that was ultimately rerouted to a heavenly domain. If it warms your heart in any way, i'm glad i shared it. It was part of a healing process for me, and also a celebration of eternal life.
Dale Raymond More than 1 year ago
Beautiful poem on a difficult and emotional subject. Original wording.
Barbara OConnor More than 1 year ago
glad you were able to express your pain of loss in a more beautiful light. it is a sad and beautiful poem what a nice read thank you
Taryn Cierra More than 1 year ago
Amazing poem!
Rod Brown More than 1 year ago
Great poem
dilip narayan More than 1 year ago
very nice poem....
Tomasz Torn More than 1 year ago
Vell done Keep writing Thanks for including poem T/
GhostytheGhosty More than 1 year ago
This piece is a testament to the human's ability to find joy from sorrow, and to bring peace to chaos. I can't say I know what it's like, fortunately, but the ability to put this kind of situation and feeling into words is impressive, almost to the point of being stunning. It would make a good song to sing. This is high praise from me. I think singing is important to convey emotion, and this piece lends itself to music quite readily. All that said, and true, but the actual poem is not too striking. That's not a bad thing in the grand scheme of things, but I can't give it a higher rating just because of the background. I have to go with my gut on this. Take care
Tony Baca More than 1 year ago
Thanks for your review of my poem. I suppose it could easily be converted into a song with some soft guitar strumming, or heartwrenching "Phil Collins" like piano and drum beat. But this poem was never meant to generate any type of cash flow. It was written about 7 years ago and is protected under every possible copywright law. So if i see you someday accepting a Country Music Award after making a few alterations, best believe i will come looking for you with all the vengance of a 500 lb. adult male gorilla who has just discovered he is allergic to potassium! Theres a joke in there somewhere.... You just have to search for it. Thanks again for your praise.
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