Treasure Island

Jean Penner


Father


Our dear and loving father,
Unspoken thoughts are here,
Reminiscing care for you,

Forever holding dear.
Appreciating who you were,
The efforts that you gave,
Honoring your strength,
Ever noble, sure, and brave.
Realizing sacrificies,

Which you made for
Each of us!

Living life through trials,
Of which you could always trust,
Undying in your dignity,
Everlasting in your will,

You taught us to accept in life,
Our dreams how to fulfill,
Until we meet again, Father,
We love you still.

Submitted: Friday, December 16, 2005
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  • Kaio Clark (9/11/2011 11:38:00 PM)

    This is amazing. So well writtin, and it beautifully portrays God (sorry if I interpurted it wrong) But thank you for sharing (Report) Reply

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