A Poem for Daddy

 

 

I am my father’s daughter

And proud of it.

Dad, 

You taught me to be humble for most things,

To be proud of a few things

And to be grateful for all things.

You gave me life.

You gave me strength.

You gave me roots.

You gave me wings so I could fly on my own.

And you were always there to catch me when I fell.

You kissed my tears away and fixed me up when I scraped my knee riding my bike.

And then you fixed the bike, too.

You told me stories and taught me how to laugh.

You showed me the world through your eyes

And taught me to believe in magic.

Thank you for all you taught me,

All you gave me,

All you did for me,

All you fixed for me,

All you showed to me;

And most of all, for making me who I am

And for loving me through it all.

Always your baby girl

With more love than you can ever imagine.

Dianne Robbins

Father’s Day 2006

 

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