Aisha – Daughter of Love

Aisha and Mom

I just didn’t know until she came around, what a marvelous mountain of  joy can be found

when her tiny feet playfully patter the ground.

It’s a joy you can’t replace.

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When I come home she’ll kerplop in my lap, hug and kiss me and fall off to a nap.

The peace of her dreams are like reading a map,

That’s written all over  her face.

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You should see this child’s radiant smile, when her daddy walks down the hallway or aisle.

 She makes the whole world become worthwhile

With her impish charm and grace.

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Like a monkey she climbs high off the ground. She likes to be twirled and twirled around.

Tickle her tummy for a happy giggling sound.

She brings laughter to our place!

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I clearly recall her milk dabbed chin, and that dimpled, dazzling, dainty grin,

That so lit up my heart and my soul within.

She’s a teddy bear  to embrace

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Well I really shouldn’t shamefully brag, but my opinion of other kids woefully sag.

She’s the champion who has captured the flag.

She really wins the race.

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That’s MY girl, I proudly think, whether her face is scrubbed or covered with ink.

Even when she’s bad, she’ll give me a wink

And anger won’t make first base.

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Every day when I think of my little dove, I  just thank all the heavenly stars above

That she’s my beautiful Daughter of Love

An orchid in a vase.

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