Oussama samouna

(09/09/1991 / Algeria)

We would pick you


Dad, if all the fathers
had lined up one by one,
and someone told your children to pick,
with no doubt & thinking we'd still choose
you to be your children.

Because, we're proud to have a father like you,
who listens and understands to our troubles,
who teaches us to be patient
without price.

Dad, you are our hero
our role model in all we do
So, dad if we could pick again,
Be sure that your children would pick
you again and again and that

because you are really super hero!

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Submitted: Saturday, May 16, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, June 02, 2010
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