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My Firstborn's Firstborn

Updated on April 23, 2017

If ever there was a perfect

love it has not yet been found

I have loved you since a heart beat first recognized

You spoke to me

In a dream, you first came

A boy you said with looks just like his Father

And a Mothers gentleness you added

A Mothers Lineage would be prominent

You called to me my one heart, my Lineage, my love

You told me not to worry and I believed you

Your news I quickly imparted and told them a Boy

With the spirit of his Grandmother and such a joy to me

Your Parents laughed

But I knew better

Because you see my darling Boy to me you spoke

And none of their jeers mattered

I smile now as I think back to the Night I slept and dreamt of you

I wept with gladness the Night you came it was a blessing

Years from now when my story you tell

Be it remembered my little one that

This story of Romeo and Juliet

Held no Tragedy of star-crossed lovers but

Of a Grandmothers love and a Happy time instead

For my Romeo: This was written when my Daughter-In-Law was five or six Moths pregnant, she called crying because the umbilical cord was wrapped around my Grandsons neck and he was not expected to live the Night my Daughter told me I cried I went to bed and had the dream. They had not asked for the Baby's gender when I called I asked them if they wanted to know my Daughter-In-Law did and I told her he would be a Boy.

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