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A Father's Kiss
by Maria Reed-Shore
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I remember him
Showing his devotion
Kissing me
I was special
He'd take me to the movies
I thought that there were only musicals
He kept me in a clean world
Sterile to a point
I wondered how I came about
But never ventured to ask
I remember the purity
In his proffered gifts
Like taking me to a soccer game
That would illicit a cry
Of yay, and pumbalo
I didn't understand the rules
Being with him was cool
So much he gave to me
Kisses kept in memory
A thousand joyful things
Thought a father brings
 
Happy Father's Day Daddy
I love and miss you so much.
 
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June 16, 2012
More By: Maria Reed-Shore
Views: 1136      Comments: 4

Comments on this Poem

Comment Thank you Rupradha, for reading and feedback. I appreciate your response, it made my day.

Maria

Maria Shore
06/17/2012 12:19 PM

Comment lovely!!

Rupradha
06/17/2012 02:21 AM

Comment Thank you Kumarendra Mallick for your review and kind words, I wish you a happy day too.

Maria Shore

Maria Shore
06/17/2012 01:18 AM

Comment A very emotional dedication to one who shaped the life of each. Happy Father's Day to you.

Kumarendra Mallick
06/16/2012 20:36 PM




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