My Joy


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    My Joy

    From the first time I found out
    I knew that no matter what happened I would always love you
    you were to be my first born
    I had waited 6 years to hear those words
    so month after month I waited to see how u were developing inside me
    the anticipation grew as every day drew near
    finally the time was here
    you were born into the world
    with all the love some one could have
    at 6:55 Monday morning
    and it was one of the happiest days of my life
    I sat and counted your tiny fingers and toes
    I was glad that u were healthy and I cried
    because it was a joyous time but also sad
    because the world is so bad with all the hate and crime in the world to day
    I never want to see you have to go through bad stuff
    but all I can do is teach you right from wrong and when your old enough
    I hope and prey that I did not waste my time with all I had to say

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    When power leads man towards arrogance, poetry reminds him of his limitations. When power narrows the area of man's concern, poetry reminds him of the richness and diversity of existence. When power corrupts, poetry cleanses.

    John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) Thirty-fifth President of the USA

    dixiemom’s Poems (29)

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    The clover necklace 2
    Natures magic 0
    Sharing a sunset with you 0
    what love means 0
    My friend My love 0
    Something Dear to me 0
    My Talent 0
    Waiting 1
    nobody knows 2
    Child Hood Town 2
    I never knew love 3
    My Joy 0
    Will you be 1
    Tomorrows Future 1
    Hypocrites 0
    Do You Have To Hurt Me Too 2
    I'm letting go 0
    The day 1
    How can we still be friends 1
    Why do you love me so? 0
    with out you -2
    Torn apart 1
    a loved one 2
    A Vanished Friend 1
    My thoughts about you 0
    Sorrow for you 0
    The Patriot 1
    America's Finest 1