The Little Things


Short Baby Poems

The Little Things
Poet: Unknown


My hands were busy through the day
I didn't have much time to play
The little games you asked me to.
I didn't have much time for you.

I'd wash your clothes, I'd sew and cook,
But when you'd bring your picture book
And ask me please to share your fun,
I'd say: "A little later, son."

I'd tuck you in all safe at night
And hear your prayers, turn out the light,
The tiptoe softly to the door...
I wish I'd stayed a minute more.

For time is short, the years rush past.
A little boy grows up so fast.
No longer is he at your side,
His precious secrets to confide.

The picture books are put away,
There are no longer games to play,
No good-night kiss, no prayers to hear. . .
That all belongs to yesteryear.

My hands, once busy, now are still.
The days are long and hard to fill.
I wish I could go back and do
The little things you asked me to.

Short Quotes

There is no finer investment for any community than putting milk into babies.
Winston Churchill

A child's life is like a piece of paper on which every passerby leaves a mark.
Chinese Proverb

But what am I? An infant crying in the night: An infant crying for the light, and with no language but a cry.
Alfred Lord Tennyson

Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children. Walt Disney

A new baby is like the beginning of all things wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities. Eda J. Le Shan

For soothing out our infant worries with a softly spoken song. Bill Ronan

To a infant those who are older are security, or those who are older are our first pain. Colleen Smith

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