Amanda Huddleston


My Father, My Hero Poem by Amanda Huddleston


Dear world
On this planet lies my father
The one who loves me
The one who cares for me

I am a daddy's girl yes
But my faith to my father dose not stop
For he is me and I am him
My father is my hero

He is a soldier
He is a husband
He is a papa to my brother
And a daddy to me his 13 year old daughter

I love my father
He is my hero
Though many will dislike him
I do not care

He is my father
He is my daddy
He is my papa
And he will forever be my hero and my best friend

Submitted: Sunday, January 27, 2013

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Well there's really no story for this poem...
All I can say is that I love my father greatly and will love him for the rest of my life.
He helped give my life and he has always been there for me even when he was away in Iraqu and Alfganastan.
I am sorry if I misspelled any of thoughs two countries.
Thank you for reading my poem. There will be more to come.

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