Poetry/Short Stories

The eyes

July 4th 2017

The eyes 

tell a story

written out loud

Notes sang high

Sparkling and speaking

of the heart.

The eyes of my little one


I’m safe

I’m home

I’m loved

I’m a precious jewel.

Susan McMillan

For my little mama; Michele Grace


41 thoughts on “The eyes

    1. Thank you Susan 💝. I hurt for little ones that hold an empty look of sadness in their eyes. My prayer and wish is to see peace in the eyes of little ones.

    1. She is precious. Thank you. It gives me so much joy to know that my babies know how much they are adored. To know that they don’t have to​ earn my love for them. They are unconditionally loved 😁

  1. She is so beautiful and at peace with the world because she trusts that mum and dad have got her.
    She is adorable😊💜💜

    1. That’s exactly what I was going to say. Even though I don’t have children of my own yet, I know how it feels 😍

    2. When I had my babies, one of the most important aspects was to establish stable trust. I prayed and hoped that I would never create any doubt with Trust. I know I may fail them in different ways but I pray it will never be our trust.

    1. Absolutely. I enjoy looking into my muchkins’ eyes to figure out how they are feeling. They are good at talking to me about their little hearts and I am thankful for that.

    1. Thank you Dorissa. I love my babies and I know I can never have the perfect words to tell the world how deep that love runs. I literally feel it in my bones. I love them with everything in me and I know they are my precious gifts from God. With my babies, I daily see God’s grace for me, I see God’s love beyond my sinful nature. He has been good to me and I thank him.

  2. Yes, their eyes, their souls are so very precious! You both seem very fortunate for the equally shared unconditional love! Thank you so very much for sharing, as well for the follow! My “Shaping the Innosence” is about all those children I’ve been fortunate to have shared paths with.

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