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Father Daughter Dance Song

February 2, 2011
By Mermaidmissy SILVER, Las Vegas, Nevada
Mermaidmissy SILVER, Las Vegas, Nevada
8 articles 0 photos 136 comments

My daddy was my hero
For my very youngest years;
Daddy kept me safe and happy,
And he chased away my fears.
I watched in awe and wonder
At each manly thing he did;
Oh, I looked up to my daddy,
When I was a little kid.

My dad was still my hero,
As the years passed, one by one.
He taught important lessons,
And he took some time for fun.
He was my firm foundation;
On my dad I did depend;
He was always there for me,
My dad, my guide, my friend.

My father is my hero,
Now that I am fully-grown.
I love him and respect him,
The best man I've ever known.
I knew when I would marry
That my husband had to be
A great man, just like my father,
Dad, my hero you'll always be.


The author's comments:
This poem that I written was about my dad and that when I write I think on all the stuff that we shared that really touched my heart. I hope other people really like my poem and ill have more poems I'm going to put on the computer so others can in-joy my work.

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Sail_ BRONZE said...
on Mar. 10 2011 at 12:11 pm
Sail_ BRONZE, Eugene, Oregon
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good job!!!

on Mar. 10 2011 at 12:02 am
nikkigonefishin GOLD, Los Angeles, California
17 articles 1 photo 145 comments

Favorite Quote:
" A smile is worth a thousand words"
" The purpose of the writer is to keep civilization from destroying itself."- Albert Camus

I absolutely love it I feel the same way about my dad. He is my hero. Keep writing :)

on Mar. 9 2011 at 7:37 pm
AMCLRIDCA PLATINUM, CDA, Idaho
31 articles 2 photos 226 comments

Favorite Quote:
Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take... but by the moments that take your breath away.

Love it. Love it. Love it. I feel the same way about my mom.(: Hey could you tell me what you think of my work??? I would love to have your opinion.


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