I Want to be a Princess (a poem)

I want to be a princess,Princess2
Not the ordinary kind.
Don’t care about the dresses,
But about the ties that bind.

I want to be a princess,
In a family of my own,
To know a mommy loves me,
Not to sit upon a throne.

I want to be a princess,
In the heart of my own dad,
He would be the bestest king,
And we’d never be too sad.

I want to be a princess,
Just because a family cares,
Never be alone again,
But go to parks and fairs.

I want to be a princess,
Have a daddy say goodnight,
Get lots of hugs and kisses,
Before Mommy dims the lights.

I want to be a princess,
But I don’t need a lot of lace.
If only you would love me,
I’d wear a smile on my face.

(copyright 2014, by Leah E. Good)

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3 Comments

  1. Lovely, Leah!! =)

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  2. Awwwwwww, made me smile in a sad sort of way. 🙂

    Reply

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