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My poem reflects the love that I have for my dad - the same as I did when I was five years old. These are memories that keep me young at heart.

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I enjoyed this poem as it takes one into their own memories. I felt it was very well worded and could touch the heart of any girl with a special dad.

My Dad

I am old, but I am young,
In the memories of a distant sun.

Hand in hand,
We stroll along.
Gathering daisies
As we sing our song.

Skipping and Laughing,
Smiles that we share.
It's a Father's love -
None could ever compare.

I am old, but I am young,
As long as childhood memories are sung.

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