I am sure this poem would have tugged at your heart
When you were just a baby and I looked
into your eyes,
loved you more my little one than you
To hold my precious
little girl and see
your little face,
I had been blessed beyond compare with
God's own loving grace.
He gave you to me and I love you more
than you could know,
A love that is
so special and all mothers
know it's so.
A mother's love is endless and will
But children do not understand how much
love that can be.
A special love that mother's have and only
they can show,
And only when
you are a mother
can you truly know.
To love so much a little one that is
part of you,
A part of you to love and cherish
mothers know it's true.
You watch them grow and hope that they have
prospered in your
Because your love and understanding
constantly was there.
fully understand the love
that you have shown,
Until they reach a stage in
life when they
are fully grown.
So now my precious daughter as your day
is drawing near,
You have so much
excitement and a little
bit of fear.
Your little one is on the way and soon
it will arrive,
And when it does I will be there
standing by your side.
I want to see your smiling face and feel
your inner glow,
When you hold
your little one and then
you'll finally know,
How very much I love you
are part of me,
And when you hold your little one
then you will
A mother's love is special and you'll
When you hold
the fingers of your
baby's little hand.
So precious and so delicate and
that are new,
And then my precious daughter you'll know
how much I
© 1999 James A. Kisner.
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'My Daughter You Will See'.