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This is a poem about the impact my dad had on me before his death by leukemia four years ago.
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Daddy's Little Girl
If I had my life to do over,
I'd have chosen you to be my dad
Even if it meant losing you again,
It's worth all the tears in the
You were my sunshine when skies
I loved you and honored you;
You took all my tears away.
I was happy to be with you,
Proud to be your little girl.
Sometimes we would argue,
But to me you meant the world.
Your love was always pure;
You treated me as your own.
Your time seemed all too short and
I feel so alone.
What can I take from this?
My heart is completely crushed.
But nothing loved is ever lost -
And you are loved so much.
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