Poems about beauty - A Daughter's Beauty

A Daughter's Beauty - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Streamers flying in the wind, bright pink, decorating a apace
in the park for a birthday party.

Holding her princess wand, being bored, waiting for her cousins
to arrive so she has someone to play with.

Daughter watching as out of control children rip apart the
beautiful streamers and throw them all around to be blown away
by the wind.

Waving her wand, does not rid the park of their rudeness however.

Now putting on her tiara, Daddy acknowledges his daughter's beauty
and joy, yet she wants no picture taken of her looking so cute.

(11: 34 a.m. - 3/11)