Roxanne Dubarry

(October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

Honor Your Father


Oh, please honor your father,
on this Father's Day.
Try treating him with
respect in every way.
Plan a special activity
that includes the
entire family such as
a picnic, or a family
barbecue.
It's up to your father
to choose.
Take him out to his
favorite ball game
at home or at the
stadium.
But whatever you
decide to do, remember
to celebrate Father's Day
by having a good time.
May 9,2011

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013

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I seem to be continuing the family's tradition of writing holiday poems (for certain holidays) There are several versions on this particular theme. But always remember to Honor your Father always, not just on his special day.

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