Early 2920 Days
Roseate delicate skin, tiny soft hands,
those warm teeny toes, such a glorious little you.
first time you gaze at me in silence I know you're in wonder,
you start smiling with the first cry of innocence.
A Father's safest first embrace, mum's cloistered touch.
A nightly song on repeat, they were my constellations 'neath the moonlight.
Warmth balmy sunlight touches my skin, here are the birds crooning again,
barefoot as I walked through the ocean.
The sweet breeze whispering, 3 feet tall verdant leafy green tree behind me,
where I lay down in silence, as 8 years old I gave thanks.
I'm grateful for the oxygen you gave - for me to breath, I love the comfy for me you gave,
I hope It doesn't bother when I lay, you're so strong and powerful who made my home so beautiful.
I hear a murmuring voice of my dad - always be there when the world bloom never concede the changing world to destroy you,
always step forward with a good purpose inside your pocket.
Your life will be toss as fast like those blades of grass,
yet how fleeting doesn't matter those how you spent will.