Best Poem of L.. Pierson

My Daughter’s New Daughter
My daughter’s new daughter
How precious and sweet
Beautifully perfect
From her head to her feet

Ten tiny fingers
And ten tiny toes
All dressed up in lace
With a cute button nose

I look at her face
And I see her bright smile
I have to admit
Takes me back quite awhile

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As you get older
You start to expand
You try not to notice
Your extending waistband

You put on your pants
And the fat it hangs out
Yes, you’re starting to gain
Of this, there is no doubt

You try to ignore it
It’s as clear as your nose
The buttons are popping
O . . .
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