My Princess, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

My Princess

Since you arrived how fast the years float by,
Faster than billows of clouds in the sky.
Wishing all days of your life would slow down,
For it is not every day I’m around.

Remembering the first time in my arms,
A fragile infant turning on your charms.
Creating gentle warmth inside of me,
Even though knowing of you just barely.

Passing of time I learned to love you more.
Your hugs and kisses in my heart I store.
While in my mind I hide my many tears,
Your nightingale voice shan’t fall on my ears.

That day shall soon come when you move away,
My princess in my heart you’ll ever stay.

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