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Friday, November 13, 2015

My Youngest Grandchildren~A Blast from the Past


Thomas and Eloise Back Then
2010 ~ 5 Years Old
Oh, So Innocent




Thomas and Eloise Now
2015 ~ 10 Years Old
Oh, So Grown Up

When I found this little poem, all I could think of was my granddaughter, Eloise. This was apparently written by the author about her daughter, but I am thinking of it as if I am sending it to Eloise from her Baga. She and I are so close, and we enjoy such a special relationship with each other. I think this little poem is just beautiful, and I wanted to share it with all of you this weekend.


Little wishes on great big stars.
Daughter, I make a wish for you.
Keep on growing and keep on smiling.
And I’ll keep loving all that you do.

Little dreamers wishing big things.
The world is your stage to display.
You can sing and you can dance.
Enjoy all that comes your way.

Little hopes in a great big world.
Nothing can stop your free spirit.
Make some noise, play a beat.
It’s beautiful music when I hear it.

Little kisses from my now big girl,
You’re growing up so fast it seems.
Pretty soon you’ll leave the nest.
And fly after all of your dreams.

Little girl I love you,
And I love you even more.
Because I made a wish once,
And you’re what I wished for.

Written April 9, 2014

More poems like this can be found on poetrysoup.com

This post is linked with Weekend in Black and White.


14 comments:

  1. They grow so quickly! Beautiful portraits.

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  2. So nice and beautiful photos of your grandchildren and beautiful poem also.

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  3. Those portraits are so beautiful! Great idea the comparison with then and now.
    Love the soft B&W aspect.
    Have a fine weekend.
    Visiting from The weekend in B&W, Hilde
    http://stapjesonderweg.blogspot.be/2015/11/yes-its-fast-no-you-cant-ride-it.html

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  4. Oh, Genie! LOVe that poem and love those pics.

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  5. Beautiful portraits! Delightful to see.

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  6. A sweet poem and lovely photos of your grandchildren.

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  7. your grandchildren are sweet. And still kids. Mine are grow ups now. Great images for both ages.

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