'Wishes For A Child' Christening Poem Print

Bespoke Verse

A beautifully written poem about all we might wish for a child to experience in life. A unique and personal Christening present.

Our heartfelt 'Wishes for a Child' poem is the perfect godparent gift - ideal for births, Christenings, naming ceremonies, first birthdays etc. A lovely gift from for grandparents, aunts, uncles too!

Written by award-winning Bespoke Verse poet and mum of three Joanna Miller, this poem began life as a gift for her new goddaughter.

It describes all the blessings we might wish for children to know, from the joy of the sun upon their face, to the value of friendship and education.

The print comes unframed but we would be happy to frame it for you. For an extra fee you are welcome to add a personalised message below the poem.

The poem is printed onto the highest quality GF Smith white A4 card (330gsm) using Dura-Bright waterproof ink. There is no mount around the print.

Each print is lovingly produced to order. Unframed prints arrive flat, wrapped in cellophane, in a super stiff envelope.

For an extra fee we can frame the print for you. The lightweight wooden frames are either matt white with a slightly grained effect or smooth white. Both have a hook for wall hanging. The front is perspex.

Each frame is hand finished in the UK by Fine Art Trade Guild commended framers. The product is dispatched in a purpose-made picture box.

The print is H30 x W21cm (A4) and when framed is H34.5 x W25.7 x D2cm.

Wishes for a Child

May you know the gift of friendship

Feel the sun upon your face

May you win displaying dignity

And accept defeat with grace

May you marvel at the wonders

Of nature and the earth

May you value education

And know your own true worth

May you live and love with honesty

And do the thing that’s right

May you stand up for the helpless

And sleep in peace at night

May you thrive upon a challenge

And sing and dance and laugh

May you know the joy of parenthood

And follow your own path.

Copyright Joanna Miller 2014. (Author's permission required to reproduce this poem.)

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