I dream of holding your
sweet slumber in my arms.
Your hair wild,
your eyes luminous.
My finger laced
unravel with hope and wonder.
You are a mystery,
I have yet to discover.
My heart beats
to greet you,
to look into your angelic eyes,
to touch your tender skin.
We have not met
but I love you
your footprints are
engraved on my heart.
We have not met
but I love you.
Blessings to you both!ReplyDelete
What a tender poem about your the upcoming arrival of your grandson - thanks for sharing these lovely thoughts, Ayala. So happy for your family. xoReplyDelete
Thank you, Rudri. Your best wishes mean so much to me. XoxDelete
So tenderly rendered. Little ones are pure love ... and a grandchild (sigh) heaven sent!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Wendy.Delete
The sweetness of a loving heart pours throuughReplyDelete
Thank you !Delete
what a lovely, tender poem!ReplyDelete
blessings to you both. :)
Now you'll be able to spoil away and then send him back to his parents. haha Congrats on the new addition to the family.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Pat. :)Delete
So happy to read that you have a grandson coming along Ayala ~ A beautiful blessing for the family ~ReplyDelete
Thank you, Grace.Delete
I am certain your grandson and you will share many joys built on the foundation of love.ReplyDelete
Thank you :)Delete
Ah--lucky, lucky you! This is beautiful!ReplyDelete
You are starting off on a voyage of wonder, unlike anything you have yet experienced. I promise, you will enjoy every moment!!!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sherry. xoxDelete
What a wonder to be blessed with a grandson...ReplyDelete
That is really quite sweet and endearing.ReplyDelete
Such a sweet and tender write ❤️ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sanaa.Delete
Oh you must be so excited! You are on a journey of love....which has already begun...but will yet become richer! Enjoy.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Mary.Delete
Hi Ayala! Can you please contact me at email@example.com ? Thanks ~ReplyDelete
So lovely and joy-filled :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Leslie.Delete
thinking of youReplyDelete
you write beautifully AReplyDelete