sunny Munera Managan

Rookie - 23 Points (06/23/1988 / Venezuela)

Father You, I And He


Yesterday, Today, Tummorrow
Was There I'll be here He'll be there

You gave me life, Life today I give, Tummorrow he'll be there.
You gave me love, Love I give him, Tummorrow He'll give love.
You bonded with me, Today I'm bonding, Tummorrow he'll be bonding.
You gave a home, Home I give him, Tummorrow he'll have a home.
You gave security, Security I give, Tummorrow he'll be secure.
You educate me, Education I give, Tummorrow He'll be one.


Father you were there
Yesterday
Father I am a Father
Today
Father he'll be a Father
Tummorrow

Father was a man of a man to be and a man that will be a Father.

Father the begining of creation, begining of the world.
A creation of man, men of generations generations of men to become Fathers of Fathers as seeds in a garden to harvest the world and to follow our Holy Father who was, who is, and who will always be your heavenly Father before all these Fathers are Fathers till the end of his creation of Fathers the Man.

Happy Fathers Day.

Submitted: Sunday, June 17, 2012
Edited: Sunday, June 17, 2012
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This is a prosa of love to my sons and their sons and sons sons.
Father is the begining of creation, Father is the end of creation.
Happy Fathers Day.

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