A Daughters Farewell ...

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    A Daughters Farewell ...

    A Father , a brother, son and most of all a friend .
    A love that carries on ,throughout the bitter end .
    A caring soul , a lending hand , a Hero , a role model
    An Amazing man .


    It's so hard to let go , how you've touched my soul .
    How you've made me the person i am ...
    As life will unfold , you'll still break the mold, in my life as the
    greatest man .


    You've touched so many lives , in so many different ways .
    You were always there to help . From soldier side , to standing behind
    Your friends and what you beieved . Always willing to give and didn't expect to recieve .

    To be able to Feel your hugs and warm silly smile , totally makes this life seem worth while .

    The lord has taken my heart , my soul and my best friend . And I can't wait to see you again .

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    Sunvee commented on A Daughters Farewell ...

    05-13-2010

    Moving and convincing. It would have been nice to have this to comfort me when I lost my Brother in '06. Your Father would probably be very proud of your love.

    mlea commented on A Daughters Farewell ...

    06-11-2009

    He has gone on to get ready the place before you. A beautiful testament from a loving daughter to her loving Dad. Remember he is always with you. mlea

    bludolphinz commented on A Daughters Farewell ...

    02-22-2009

    This is a beautiful poem!!

    dahlusion commented on A Daughters Farewell ...

    02-16-2009

    I, I said, I, am speechless this time. This is the most beautiful farewell I have ever read: "And I can't wait to see you again" ——this numbed me.

    TheAngelOfDeath commented on A Daughters Farewell ...

    02-12-2009

    hey this is perrty good but what is its underline meaning?

    Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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