Daddy's Little Girl
by Susie N McCray
Saturday, June 14, 2008
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This is a poem that I wrote for my dad a few years ago after my baby sister was born.
You've told me on occasion how I've made you
Proud, you're not half as proud as I
To have a father like you, there's so many
Different reasons why
You became a major part of my life when I
Needed you the most
You always listened when I wanted to talk
Even though you really wanted to doze
I'm not the baby any more, but you know
That's cool with me
You've got a new baby girl, and it looks like
You're repeating history
When my mama was at her wit's end you were
A man and stepped in
Now the new baby's mama has drama and you've
Stepped in once again
I said that there were many reasons why I
Was proud of you
It would probably take 24 years to write
I got a lot of work to do
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|Reviewed by Tracy Hustus
|This is awsome because I was the first born and when my sister was born I could see how it was the same for you as it was for me. I have 40 years of writting to do to my Dad . I think I had better get started ! Thank you for making me think about a few things .|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|What a wonderful tribute, Susie. Thank you for sharing it. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
|Good Morning Susie,
You Truely Do Have A Loving Father & Poem For Him, you're blessed to have him!
Embraced ~ Embrassé
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|So sweetly innocent and pure and all the love that surrounds you is very evident....
Be always safe,