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His Daughter's Wedding
by Sandra Martyres
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Dad was all of a twitter
He walked rather crazily
Up and down the room
Like a man possessed

We tried to ignore him
But it became difficult
As everyone was busy
And he was in the way

Finally Mother decided
To step in and ask him
What his concern was
He looked blankly at her

Then after some thought
He replied "It's my little girl
What if that fellow does not
Look after her properly?"

Mother, the ever practical
Just responded calmly that
Dad's pacing up and down
Would not change anything

Taking a cue from her
He walked over to his
Prospective son -in-law
And made this speech

"Listen young man I warn you
Any trouble with my little girl
And you had better remember
You will have me to deal with"

"Ok Dad, I'll keep that in mind"
Said he with a twinkle in his eye
"Can we go on with the wedding
I guess as she gets me for keeps
I get her and you as a bonus !!"

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January 14, 2011
More By: Sandra Martyres
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Comment nice!!

Rupradha
01/16/2011 11:32 AM




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