This is such an original piece. It was so pretty, a piece of artwork. Great flow.
Th personification of an angel is such a fantastic idea and you present it beautifully, longing is something so easy to relate to, and it really embraces the idea of home with humanity, with love, that heaven and nirvana and home are not a place but with this angel but the relationship with her mother. And I think that is a universal concept.
Our youngest great-grand-daughter is Kaylee, she too is loved by all who know her. No child should be alone in heaven and I'm sure little Caylee is resting in the arms of our LORD, not lonly at all, but perhaps happy for the first time.
I pray her mother is innocent, not just not guilty, for any mother to harm such a child is dispicable indeed.
What a lovky tribute to a little lost lamb.
An exceptionally well-written tribute to this poor, innocent life snuffed out far too soon....I love how you use repetition in the second and third stanzas to drive home the horrible coldness of casey's indifference.
I really like this. It's sad for the reader, but not sad for the character. She doesn't remember anything from her life, and therefore cannot be sad, but there is that feeling of empty inside her as she misses her mother and all.