Treasure Island

Prashanthi Ramachandran


My hero- My dad


None to play, were busy all,
Only you came and handed me over with a ball.
For you, I am a doll,
You never let me fall,
You are thin and even tall,
And protect me like a wall.
You are the only friend of mine,
You help when I am in pain.
You never leave my efforts go in vain,
Staying with you, I never lose, I gain
You never leave me alone, even when I dine,
Because of you surely I will shine.
You are very nice to me,
And made me a much nice child there could be.
You treated me, when I hurt my knee
You are the best dad, do you agree?
Never go away, it is my plea
You protect me like a lee.
You made me very bold,
Never will you leave my hand, you told
Your hair is a bit curled,
You are the bestest dad in the world.
I LOVE YOU DAD!

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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