Jeffrey Omarino

letter 2 My God Daughter

I’ll give you love like my very own, I hope my home for you would be a comfort zone
I’ll be an assistant to your parents to teach you what is important in this life to know.
I hope to be your special guide like a guiding angel that follows you where ever you go.
I pray for an intelligent mind in you so for every where you go your seen as the brightest star that glows
I hope to be the coolest Godfather to even teach you how to through a swift blow unlike your father an amateur but like me a PRO.

Submitted: Monday, November 17, 2008
Edited: Friday, February 06, 2009

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  • Aijaz Asif (11/20/2008 3:53:00 PM)

    its a vey good write with lots of love and blessings....a little advise if you don't mind, write it in a poetic way cause it looks like i was reading a letter...thanks for sharing

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