Poem : Tiny Handprints

Tiny Handprints

Tiny handprints grow so fast
Their awkward groping soon will clasp
A ball, a book, a sweetheart’s hand,
A diploma, breifcase, wedding band.

Tiny handprints grow so strong
It doesn’t take them very long
To snap a shirt, to paint, to draw,
To labor hard, to drive a car.

Tiny handprints grow to be
A person that is quite unique
A wonderful mix of so many things
With his(her) own feelings, thoughts and dreams.

Tiny handprints grow to rely
On his (her) parents to bring him up just right
His (Her) parents pray that when he’s (she’s)grown
He’ll (she’ll) say their job has been well done.

Tiny handprints are ours to love
The sweetest gift from God above
A miracle that never is surpassed
How sad they grow up way too fast.

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