My Little One A Poem From A Dad To A Daughter Whom He Loves!

My Little One All Grown Up Now, I just want you to know wherever your life takes you, my heart shall also go. When we learned that you were coming, it was a wonderful night! But little did I know, my child, you’d become my guiding light. We held you and we raised you, kissing life’s pains away; but now there’ll be another starting with your wedding day. So go into the world, my Girl and chase all the joy you can. Just remember you’re still mine, I’m just sharing you with Your man. I wish you all life’s happiness, love, though now it’s with another. But always remember–never forget, No one will ever love you.. As I can, I will Always Be, Your Daddy and The One, That Gave away Your Hand To A Loving caring Man. I know the Hurt is Still there When Mom Went Home for Better care She is Now In Heaven Pleased as I’m For the Choices you Made to spend a Lifetime with this Wonderful Man. I love you and Always Will Your the Last One to Leave But the Door will always be Open for You Cause that’s What Dads Do When They Really Love you

Jay Mather​

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