About the Poem
This is a poem to make you appreciate your daddy.
I was very close to my father and I miss him very much. I wrote this on fathers day in 1993, the year after he died.
In Loving Memory Of My Daddy
William Randall Sartor
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Happy Father's Day
|by Tami Blackwell
Give 'em a hug, a great big kiss.
Because one day, he will be greatly missed.
My daddy has gone far away from this land,
I miss the precious touch of his loving hands.
I never knew last year was the last day,
I could look at my daddy, hug him, and say:
"I love you, Daddy! Happy Father's Day!"
Don't let one day go by without telling him
how dear he is!
Remember you may not have another year to tell him this!
All I have now is great memories, a heart
full of love and eyes full of tears, and
to remember his love throughout the years.
Now I will have to look up at the stars and
say, "I love you, Daddy! Happy Father's Day!"
Please remember when you pray, to thank your
heavenly father up above.
For your father he gave you with so much love.
"He lived, for Jesus died;
He died, for Jesus Lives."
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