My Belinda

 Belinda, with husband Harold

 

Though small in stature she may be
When I look at her that's not what I see.
I see a woman in her own right
Full of love, a shining light.

Not afraid to go camping
With a bunch of girl scouts
Not backward with anyone
When they are on the outs.

She'll speak up about the things she believes
Yet she's as gentle as a summer breeze
She can belt out a song, or sing soft and sweet
The most wonderful person you'd want to meet.

She loves her husband with a heart so true
And for her God, there's nothing she wouldn't do
How do I know about this lady fair?
She's my little girl, for her I'll always be there.

by Carrie Kinyon 2001