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Saturday Centus – Wk#165 (164) – Prompt: Acrostic using father synonyms – 100 words – “Father, Daddy, Dad”

18 Jun

Father, Daddy, Dad Acrostic

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From birth his caring for me begun,

A man who had his second son.

Time has run and much to mourn,

He taken young, we so forlorn.

Each year we think of days now gone,

Remembering makes his care live on.

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Do I with fondness have thoughts to share?

A plethora examples of loving care.

Days with daddy when I was young,

Deeds of valour from war unsung,

Your lessons taught, your banner hung.

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Day of days, loving cup to brim,

And us grown old, our thoughts not dim.

Dad, daddy, father, all words for him.

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This photo can only be used with written permission from me.

This photo can only be used with written permission from me.

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Posted by on June 18, 2013 in 2. Saturday Centus

 

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