Fathers Day Poem

I just wanted to write a poem letting my father in law know what he means to me

What My Father In Law Means To Me

© Candi Dudley
If I had to do my life over
I'd chose you to be my dad.
I love you and honor you:
You take all of my sorrows away.
I am happy to call you my dad and,
am proud to be your daughter in law.
There were times when we disagreed.
But you still mean the world to me.
Your love has always been pure;
You've treated me as your own
You've always taken me as your real daughter,
instead of just saying daughter in law.
Even if it means losing you someday,
it will be worth all the tears in the end.
For you'll always be the sunshine when the
skies go grey.

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Published: Jun 2008

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