He never looks for praises He's never one to boast He just goes on quietly working For those he loves the most His dreams are seldom spoken His wants are very few And most of the time his worries Will go unspoken too He's there.... A firm foundation Through all our storms of life A sturdy hand to hold to In times of stress and strife A true friend we can turn to When times are good or bad One of our greatest blessings, The man that we call Dad.Father Quote
- by Melissa G. Nicks58
When I am born, you are here In your eye, I see a tear Time flies and already I'm two "Look, Daddy, I can tie my shoe!"
Before you know it, I'm five Every day, you thank God I'm alive Pretty soon, I turn eight You tell me I'm never allowed to date
I'm already twelve in my preteen years Which means you'll help me with all my new fears Now fourteen with my permit to drive Waiting to hit the big one-five
Too early comes sixteen, with my license now It went by too fast, you just ask how
You want to meet my boyfriend when I'm eighteen I pray to God that you're not too mean The same guy two years later asks for my hand I'm relieved when you say, that's just grand
About a year later, you walk me down the aisle Through all the tears, you bare a smile Three years later, you're gonna be a grandfather You show love and pride for your new granddaughter
Another year down the road Mom dies, oh the many tears that flowed You're not doing so well without her Less than a year later, you forgot all about her
Alzheimer's sets in and it scares me so Not long after, you decide to go Now I'm regretting not saying goodbye Every time I think about it, I start to cry
The cycle has begun again It has started over with little Megan The other day, she turned two And said, "Look, daddy, I can tie my shoe!"
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