I used to be afraid of babies
I always feared I'd drop them
my mind would overflow with maybe's
when others to me brought them
But when my sister had her child
I realized something new
In my arms so sweet and mild
My body knew what to do
My hip pushed out to accommodate
His need for a seat
I felt my legs separate
To put more balance in my feet
I felt next, my spine shift
To better support his weight
Then I noticed my chest lift
His breathing to imitate
My arms, then, curled around him
Held him protectively
My heart and soul then crowned him
I've never felt or known the trust
That child gave to me
With my fear gone, I learned I must
Trust my bodies ability
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Book / Young Adult
Poem / Romance
Poem / Humor
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