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Dear Daughter

By , Walpole, MA
Dear Daughter,
Very Proud,
Mom and Dad.

What if,
I saw self-inflicted pain,
And mute I became,
Very Proud,
Mom and Dad?

Did you see,
When she cried because of me,
How I clung to my bear,
What I wrote after,
Very Proud,
Mom and Dad?

Do you know,
My Dreams,
My Hopes,
And Secret Wishes?
Or my lack of the thee,
Very Proud,
Mom and Dad?

When I throw words as knifes,
When I err as is human,
When I fail as myself.

Dear Daughter,
Very Proud,
Mom and Dad.

Dear Mom and Dad,
Very Proud
. . .
Very Proud?





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