Premie Poetry: Ode to a Tiny Granddaughter

To herald the safe arrival of Tommy’s new baby sister, I’m publishing my first ever poem to a premie.

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You’re ever so tiny, impossibly cute,

Utterly miniature, very astute.

You know when it’s dinner; you know when it’s snack.

You’d charm the shirt right off a car salesman’s back.

We love you with all of your sweet winning ways,

And we know that we’ll love you for all of our days.

But always remember that God loves you more.

From before you were born until forever more.

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12 thoughts on “Premie Poetry: Ode to a Tiny Granddaughter

  1. Coralie

    What a cute poem! Congratulations to all of you! 😊

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Thank you. We’re enjoying our tiny grands, aren’t we?

  3. This is lovely, What a gorgeous baby 🙂

  4. Reblogged this on INK AND QUILL and commented:
    The joy of a new baby! This lovely poem written by Margaret for her granddaughter!

  5. M.K. Aneal

    Aws!!! If the adorable baby didn’t make me sigh, with an overdose of cuteness, this poem certainly supplied!! This was so absolutely beautiful, and true!!
    Blessings ❤

    • Yes, little Rosa is exponentially cute, and also very good natured. And busy–likes to get Mom up every hour sometimes.

      • M.K. Aneal

        Aws, haha!! A threesome joy there ;D
        Rosa, is such a lovely name!!

  6. Indeed, a manysome joy!

  7. Oh, Margaret, beautiful beautiful ode to a tiny, beautiful baby! I enjoy your writing very much.

    • She was pretty pleased with life when I saw her the other day–loves to hold on to a big person’s hand and be lifted to a standing position.

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