A Different Rose

October 4, 2008
By Alex Long, Osceola, WI

An aura of brightest gold.
A natural shine that lights my heart.
Affection given out like candy,
My soul swells in your presence.

A tickle,
A giggle.
How could I help but adore you?

Silken hair atop your head,
Chocolate eyes surrounded by the longest lashes,
The kind of eyes that could ask for anything,
And with a bat,
Get it.
Your smile, contagious.

And when she is in the sweetest of moods,
Who could help, but love her?
After all of this,
Who would think I would love a two-year-old this much?

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