Father Child Poem

Dad's Love For His Daughter Through Life's Stages

A girl writes about her Dad's love for her. He has always been there for her throughout her life's stages.

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I have made my share of mistakes, and you learn a lot more by mistakes then success. And the most important thing I learned is that it doesn't matter if you have rooms full of money because...

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My Little Girl

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Published: February 2006

As the little girl walks to the bus, on her first day of school, she knows her daddy will be right behind, crying like a fool, but it also makes her feel, so very good inside, knowing that her daddy's tears, he's not afraid to hide, the little girl will miss her daddy, more than he must know, because she'd never want to hurt, the daddy she loves so.

As the young lady, walks the stage with pride, her daddy knows the feeling she has, because he feels it inside, he knew how hard she had worked, to get her diploma today, because he had been by her side, coaching all the way, he never felt more proud, than the moment he did now, when she tossed her hair aside, smiled and took a bow.

As the lady put her dress on, smiles all over her face, no one could see the tears behind, streaming along her daddy's face, this little girl he always had, with him everyday, would soon take another man's name, after daddy gave her away, as the memories of her pigtails, dances, and smiles, would now just be a memory, stored into the files, he would never let his baby know, how sad he must have been, because all he'd ever wanted for her, was the happiness she'd brought to him.

As the woman laid there proudly, she looked at him and cried, daddy I want you to meet someone, and look she has my eyes, she placed the little baby, into her daddy's arm, and she knew that her daughter, would now be safe from harm, just the way that she had felt, all throughout the years, because he couldn't help but smile, even through all those tears, and now this little baby, would be a part of his life, and that would okay with him, since his baby was a wife, there was so much he would teach her, in her years ahead, and instead of being mommy's girl, he knew she would be his little girl instead.

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  • by Curt Coffey
  • 5 years ago

I have made my share of mistakes, and you learn a lot more by mistakes then success. And the most important thing I learned is that it doesn't matter if you have rooms full of money because what I want money can't buy. LOYALTY, TRUST, and LOVE. Basically everyone wants to ride in the limo but what you want is a woman who will ride the bus with you when the limo is broke down!

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