A Poem by kaylynnmelody♥

Cinderella by Steven Curtis Chapman.♥


Twirl, Twirl, Twirl.

Her dress dances in the wind.

Her grace amazes me.

Is she really my daughter?

Laughs, Laughs, Laughs.

Her smile lights up a room.

My little girl is growing up.

Is she really my daughter?

Tears, Heartache, Pains.

She comes home with a broken heart, from boy.

I take her in my arms, my teenager is growing up.

Laughs, Smiles, Dresses.

She comes home with a ring on her finger.

"Dad, I need to practice my dancing."

I dance with my cinderella.

Her white gown is impeccable.

She's gorgeous.

She reminds me of my little girl at the ball.

Boom. Clank. Crash.

The clock striked midnight too early.

Give me one more hour.

Her gown is now a vivid red.

Is this really my daughter?

© 2010 kaylynnmelody♥

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wow, i'm guessing this is about a man who's unsure if this is his child, but treats her as if she is anyway....idk but it makes me think. it's a nice poem and i enjoyed reading it. great write! :)

Posted 12 Years Ago

We grow up fast. Greatly written. Keep it up :)

Posted 12 Years Ago

I LOVE IT, It actually, kinda matches a prompt we did a while ago. You could put it in the writing :D I love it though, really this is something amazing!!

Posted 12 Years Ago

Oh my God..The ending made me slightly flinch. I liked the poem as a whole, touching :). Keep it up,


Posted 12 Years Ago

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I like it. What is the red dress symbolizing? A loss of innocence or blood? I'm very curious, needless to say! You'll have to explain it a little bit to me later.

Posted 12 Years Ago

very interesting write

Posted 12 Years Ago

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Added on November 28, 2010
Last Updated on November 28, 2010



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