The author shares fond memories of a father frolicking with his children.
© Ty F
Sailing through the sea of grass
With my daddy and little sister by my side
Bare feet feeling the grass soft touch
like daddy's soft, warm hugs
Playing silly game of hide and seek
Perhaps we would find some clover leaves
Chasing the butterfly through its path
Swimming in the lake for that early morning bath
Meandering along the riverside
Wondering where all the toads might hide
Seeing my Daddy's face aglow
Joy through me so unbridled flow
Competing for that precious lap ride
Sweet, innocent, little sibling's fight
Loser left to the grumbled walk
While winner basks in show and talk
Carefree days and happy nights
Off to bed! you two go after a whole day's fight
Even behind that silken rage
So cleverly is hidden Daddy's love and sage
We may age as life moves on
But these memories will never be gone
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