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|Father-Son Poem: Nightly Ritual|
Drifting off to sleep You held my neck so very tightly Nestled on my shoulder I tilted your head just so slightly Never have I known A moment so tender and so sweet
Portrait of Father
It's the father I remember from my childhood, the one who threw me up in the air, rode me on his shoulders, my first love.
Daddy-Daughter Poem: Returned
come, my child, spill and create. there had been, before your return, a mopless kitchen, empty without your colors all but lost to memory's fade.
Her mother said "Your father left you because he doesn't love you." Now she has learned the truth--her loving father was forced out of her life.
Daddy's Baby Diaper Poem: The First Month
Dress up look big eyes ththwarth poop pee kick scream and cry, Undress re-diaper wet jet change again he's dry, Cry rock pat bundle cradle cuddle pacify, Sing nursery rhyme nope try another lullaby.