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A Bunch of Flowers

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A Bunch of Flowers

Oh dad, you’re great, you saved me in crisis.
You make me able to enjoy juicy healthy spices.
When I fall ill you run to secure me in hands,
And introduced danger of Life and paid off prices.
You provided me knowledge and education for easy rises.
How can I forget you my success are your donation?
Otherwise who cares a child in this modern fashion?
People can’t afford human growth they claim expenses,
You were honest and industrious my mum has mention,
Your time was hard or mine, life has different sizes.
I think sometimes how olds has afforded a big family?
When mum was full time mum for children mainly,
And provided full opportunity to grow everyone’s taste.
Why do we modernise fail to respect and struggle shamely?
Divorce and separation isn’t wise for kind namely prizes.
I care how do you afford gifts and celebrates births and fests?
You never disappointed anybody and care for all lists.
I am boring and selfness, can’t afford a bunch of flowers,
Dad’s day comes and goes but feeling lives in the rests.
Time plays a part and love struggles with different Hisses. 

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  1. Date: 5/19/2011 12:11:00 PM
    Your parents ARE a bunch of flowers for all the support they provided you with-beautiful and honoring of their deserving support! Blessings, Gwenodlen

  1. Date: 5/19/2011 12:04:00 PM
    a wonderfu and such a tender write, enjoyed it.

  1. Date: 5/19/2011 11:59:00 AM
    Thank you for sharing your fabulous poetry today Daljit. It was a very interesting piece to read. Love, Carol