Mirror Mirror

Mirror, Mirror, what do I see?
I see a blue eyed infant,
Gazing intently at me.
A lively being full of love and grace,
The innocent smile is unmistakable,
Yet, never leaves his angel like face.

Mirror, Mirror, What do I see?
I see an adventurous toddler,
Looking back at me.
A curious soul, testing his limits,
The word no is simply misunderstood,
Yet, he is shy and timid.

Mirror, Mirror, What do I see?
I see an active preschooler,
Seriously watching me.
Life is a question mark Why?
A wondrous world we live in,
Can only be explained with a sigh.

Mirror, Mirror, What do I see?
I see a mischievous child,
Glancing back at me.
Tasks were done without fear,
New beginnings were a challenge,
But, he never once shed a tear.

Mirror, Mirror, What do I see?
I see an outstanding teen,
Staring directly at me.
He is involved in school and sports,
While greatly caring about others,
On and off the golf course.

Mirror, Mirror, What do I see?
I see a proud graduate
Looking back at me.
As Bryan walks across the stage,
On this day, May 13, 2005,
He recieves a diploma and embarks on minimum wage.


 

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