Heather Kemper

Rookie (08/02/1974 / Oakland, California)

Can I Say Thank You


Can I Say Thank You
Thank you for your patience
for your understanding way.
Thank you for your forgiveness
of my short comings every day.
~~
Thank you for your kindness
you have extended from your heart.
Thank you for the respect
you've given me from the start.
~~
Thank you for the lessons
you've taught me along the way.
The ability to laugh and be happy
I love you for every day.
~~
Thank you for being my hero
who saves me in the night.
Then stands guard and keeps protecting
when the danger's far gone from sight.
~~
Thank you for the words so perfect
you sent home when you were away.
For touching my heart and soul
in a needed and wanted way.
~~
Thank you for being this person
who I dreamed of when dreaming was right.
For still being my knight come to save me
a damsel that's not right.
~~
Thank you for staying still with me
you are my soul that's deep within.
I love you and thank you completely
you're the strength I draw on to live.

Submitted: Saturday, February 10, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, January 11, 2011

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