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Randy Bolante Jr

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Being a Parent


Being A Parent

My dear parents!
My dear parents
Thought I could never see
A poem that ‘tis long
Given for you,
With love, with my song

On this I write cause
O You were my poem
O dreamed of writing
Of this awaited masterpiece

I longed to paint
I’ve seen you’re always shining
I Care for the day
I reached for in my
Invert hopeful quest

For my life will never be fulfilled
You are my parents
I am your child
Now with all this things
That you have given
I am blessed

Submitted: Thursday, November 27, 2008

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