• Others 25.07.2007

    Before she was borned–to Kathryn Lisa Shion,
    The baby dwelt in my heart, where she belong.
    Far away, Samatha arrived with a lovely glow;
    My daughter gave birth–in the Canadian snow.

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    Before she was borned–to Kathryn Lisa Shion,
    The baby dwelt in my heart, where she belong.
    Far away, Samantha arrived with a lovely glow;
    My daughter gave birth–in the Canadian snow.

    Far away!…describes distance–due to the miles;
    But, it’s not so terribly far, when Samantha smiles.
    She is so dear to my heart…near the Alberta line;
    Texas transcends space for a grandchild of mine.

    Lisa transports Samantha in a tiny baby carriage;
    By-the-way…from Glenwood, at 4 months of age.
    A special air flight descends over my eager head;
    Delivering mother and child, for love…is well said.

    Samantha smiles…with her sweet cherished taste,
    As sugar brightens the room of this common place.
    There’s none quite as smooth–in grandpa’s child,
    Than a hat-trick amusement for Samantha’s smile.

    Grandpa’s juggling…is a simple physical behavior;
    A trade with Samantha, for a pretty smile of hers.
    Life can not continue–a dull disenchanting bore,
    When granddaughter arouses the heart for more.

    This life passes time–through a trick-of-the-eye,
    While another generation adds to the family size.
    This dubious world…is a perilous journey to pass,
    While twirly hats spice life–with a smile that last.

    What description of words can measure the thrill,
    When the next generation realizes beauty is real?
    From Texas to Canada’s border; then, back again,
    Love defies the distance of space–in loveable kin.
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