A Special Someone.....
A poem for a Special Someone
Which in mind I always had,
This person who was also once his Mamma's lad
Has dutifully moulded himself to be a great Dad.
As the saying goes, Dad is a son's first hero
And a daughters first love,
Who goes out of the way to meet their demands
Without asking who why what how!
He silently plays his role
Hence his greatness is hardly known,
As Mom usually gets all the credit
Coz in major household chores she usually deems fit.
Dad, you have shown what Family really means (Father And Mother I Love You)
You have nurtured our needs,
I cannot forget your loving and caring nature
Which you have selflessly showered, come any weather!
Words can never thank you enough
For all of your love and tears,
That have shaped me into who I am today
Over these many years.....
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