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Development Dads - On Their Level - Infant

Updated on March 7, 2015

On Their Level

A Taylor Poem

Me.

Sticky oatmeal milk dripping

from her smooth and milk-white chin.


Banging spoon.

Applesauce in one ear as she tries

to jam a raisin up her nostril.


She laughs, bangs.

Looks through my eyes at her

gene pool shining, reflecting

waves of generations and

splashing orange juice.


No seeds, my seed.

Oatmeal milk now on my forehead.

Brush it all away so it

can be wiped clean by me

and return to her

again and again.


I laugh from her smile

that is mine to her

from her as again

the sticky sweet milk drips

over us and the bowl

falls and rattles

around on the floor.

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