Father Child Poem

Poem To Father From Married Daughter

A woman lets her dad know that she is still "daddy's little girl" even though she is now married.

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Daddy's Little Girl

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Published: February 2006

As a child, I was daddy's little girl,
To me,
You hung the moon.
You never really realize,
How special,
A bond really is,
Between a father and a daughter.
You were there when I was born,
Through good times and bad,
You're my daddy,
Till the end.
You were there,
When I cried for my dear,
You were better than batman,
And smarter than Einstein.
To me you're always,
My superhero.
Not long ago,
You walked me down the aisle,
Though you gave me away,
I'm always your little girl.
Now that I'm grown,
I know you don't have magic powers,
But still deep down,
You're my hero.

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