Treasure Island

Cherret Leakey


A DAD, A FATHER AND A MAN


Whenever i looked at my father,
You know what i saw?
I saw a dad.
I insist i saw-
I wasn't told, you know-
He was a father in a man.
Further into being a father,
He was a dad.
In the outer world,
A man, he was.
But in my world
A dad, a father and a man;
A true one.
At least in my childhood eyes.

Cherret Leakey.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013

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To my late dad.

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