Thats nice chic. I mean...havin a son or daughter isn't something I have experienced quite yet, but when the times right...I plan to. I love kids...some people dont, and i just can't see why. So...anyway...u did a really good job. You can tell how you were feeling through this entry. Good job...beyond good. And thank you for commenting on my page. I appreciate it
I love this. The way you started by saying it was the holiday you most despise. That caught my attention too. I understand the disgust, but then you turned the writing into something different. Its not about that love that finally came. No its about your daughter, and having her. She makes the world a better place and you can see that.
this is really so nice to read i should say anyway looks to me like the growth of a new plant that is loved by the gardener he keeps trimming it according to the way he likes it to be.the descrptive imagery quite had an impact on me.
Awwww. This is so sweet. Your daughter is very lucky to have a mother like you. As you know from reading "Mother's Day", I didn't have that luxury. I myself hate Valentine's Day... such a commercial freakin' holiday... Nice to get chocolate and flowers from lovesick little boys though! But yeah, I can't imagine how much stronger your love for her most be, because you portrayed it beautifully...
Wow. I have never heard such a sweet piece. I think I may have expected something different to what the title seemed to point out to me, but to tell you the truth, I liked what I read here much better than what I was expecting to be of this. Bravo so many times in a row. A different type of lobve was given to you on this day of all days.!
BRAVO...I don't normally like poems about kids...for it tends to be all gushed out by our overwhelming love for our children. But this is a master piece ;) Brilliant and bright as her eyes I'm sure. I can so relate to this as my baby will be ten in june and for the past couple months that's all I can say...my baby is going to be TEN...holy
Your right...all we can do is raise them right and help them fly out into the world on strong wings. I love this...a fav forever...thank you...now this smile will hold all day at work...and ever time I think of my girl...growing so darn fast...yeah this will come to mind today!
*sob* ....I hate valentines day too .... This poem is so beautiful ...This was easy to read and so refreshing with all the sad stuff about ...*cough* including mine :o .... Bravo to you And best wishes for you and Selina ....(love that name)
how sweet is that! let's all just say AWWWWWWW...! it's nice that you have a whole new and different meaning to Valentine's day. it's way too commercialized, and people who aren't with someone end up feeling really alone. i just give valentines to all my friends and family, 'cause i love them. this year i have my special someone, and that's great, but you've got this beautiful daughter to always remind you of what love is really about. very nice. happy valentine's day to you and her!
Awwwwww...That's so sweet! Looka' da baby...goo goo ga ga. I just love kids. I've worked with children for the last five years now. They always will have a spot in my heart. Congratulations! Maybe if I had one I could get a real income tax return...Keep doing what ya doing boo.
Aww... this poem is very cute. It had a nice flow to it, the rhyming wasn't too forced and I could read it through without stumbling across an odd choice of words that didn't make sense. Once again, I have to say it was cute and sweet! -LucyDiamond
This was a refreshing piece, because, just like most who are not in love, Valentines day is annoying to me. But for some reason, I still felt drawn to read this poem after reading the title, and I'm glad I did. This was a touching poem, very nicely written and emotionally packed. Congratulations on the "most significant accomplishment" of your life. Happy Birthday to your daughter, and she is very lucky to have a mom who loves her as much as you must.
this is realyl beautiful. to have something like tht in your life...it's wonderful how you put the words down. I really like it, i'm usually not one for sappy stuff and things like that, but i really do like this. good job.
Awwwwww! Girl, *wipes tears* how sweet! This was exceptionally well. Such a lucky daughter you have. Valentines Day is probably the best holiday to have a child on. My baby's is the day after Christmas. Yuck! Great job with this. Loved the meaning and the rhythm. BRAVO!