Granny's Lullabies

Granny's Lullabies

A Poem by Aurora (MC)

I haven't forgotten them yet...

Newly wobbly walking doll,
Pretty frock laced along,
Little feet touch earth,
Lively smile touch the Granny's heart.
"Come O Mama" she'd say,
With concern she'd lift me up,
Carefully look at my face,
Dust the rest with gentle tap,
And it's my Dadi ma's lap.
"Da... Di" I'd cry.

© 2019 Aurora (MC)

Author's Note

Aurora (MC)
I miss being that kid.

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Charming young remembrance you may miss being that kid, but someday you will hold your own and smile.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago

My parents were old when I was born, so my grandparents were ancient. I did not know them & they were dead most of my life. That's why I love a poem like this, which shares an experience I didn't get. You make this scene come alive with great details that pop with the life & love & humanity of your relationship (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 1 Month Ago

Your Dadi ma's lap. I remember mine well. And my Mummy ma's lap too, as well as the nursery rhymes and little stories. You took me back in time with this s little poem and I thank you for that.


Posted 1 Month Ago

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Added on July 14, 2019
Last Updated on July 14, 2019


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