My Heart

Last year my heart walked out,

Right out of my chest.

It blinked at me with two small eyes,

Legs that kicked those hospital blue blankets fiercely.

My heart did not even cry.

 

Last year my heart walked out,

My heart begin to grow,

Right before my eyes it grew.

It learnt how to sit down.

My heart began to laugh.

 

Last year my heart walked out,

My heart began to talk,

She said ‘Mama’ and ‘Papa’.

That was music to my ears,

My heart knew me.

 

Last year my heart walked out,

My heart smiled.

She would lift hands for me to lift her up,

The same hands she used to clap to make music,

And she push food away.

My heart grew bigger.

 

Last year my heart walked out,

My heart loved me.

I saw my heart and all love would come flowing,

Just like it was the most natural feeling in the world.

I Pray for my heart every day,

Does she know?

 

Last year my heart walked out,

My heart has a funny head of hair,

That will one day be thick and luscious.

My heart is learning how to walk,

For now she is too busy climbing everything.

My heart.

 

Last year my heart walked out,

Right out of me.

I watched her through those early hours of the morning.

Does she know I kept checking her heart beat?

These days she tugs at my skirt and dresses,

Wanting me to hold her.

My heart.

 

Last year my heart became human.

My heart became a person.

A smart, active and beautiful little baby girl,

With one dimple and bright eyes.

The boss of my household,

And my everything.

My heart.

 

Last year I let the world see my heart.

She is a Wonder,

She is Loved.

My heart is my darling daughter.

Little Miss Sunshine.

My heart.

My Everything.

My gift from God.

 

This is my 50th post dedicated to my mini-me: Little Miss Sunshine.

Translation: Mama (Mommy), Papa (Daddy)

my-heart

pic credit: 6iee.com

Love,

Shaz

© 2017 Sharon. M

 

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