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I turn to look at you,
Eyes, so deep, so blue.
You smile at me,
As your mind, wonders free.
You are my special one,
My darling son,
My little man.
My biggest fan.

And as you lie sleeping,
I want you to awaken.
So I can once again dwell,
Under your little spell.
The sun shines with all its might,
Since you've entered into my life.
My hiki pea.
My cuddle bear,

With the miracle of light,
You came one night.
You told me a tale,
Of this strong male.
The man, you see,
Was your father to be.
My little angel,
My little savior.

You showed me a path,
Of a life that could last.
It changed my life,
Like a madman, with a knife.
Opened my eyes, you see,
A vision of whom I could be.
My iti potiki,
My youngest one.

But now you're here,
There's nothing to fear.
Cause those blue eyes,
Shine brighter than lights.
And the love I feel,
You cannot steal.
My bundle of joy,
My precious boy.

And as you grow,
I will know,
That there is something unusual,
Being sewn.
That there is a reason,
Its here, you belong.
My special child
My special one

And i look forward to that day,
That, “Mum, I love you”, you will say,
When you've grown into the man you've become,
Perhaps holding your own little son.
Telling me about all the love that you feel
As your life begins its own turn of the wheel.
My pride, My love,
My own beautiful, newborn son.
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Submitted by Neomortalgirl on September 01, 2016

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Geni Kelepouris

I began writing when i was 16. I enjoy expressing myself through all forms of art ( my profile pic is one of my art pieces). I have had a life full of tragedies and suffer post traumatic stress. I find that art and writing soothes my soul and allows me to heal from all the pain that has been haunting me. I have an obsession with existence and love nothing more than to discuss all the different theories of why we are here. My poems cover a range of topics from love and inspiration to complete random mania. There are also some very deep poems that i needed to write to get the sorrow from my life. I just hope whoever is reading them enjoys them. more…

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