Debbie Bennett

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My Father's Daughters


Are so smart
and, they have
my Father's Heart

When we get together
we really share in love and truth
each one really cares about
the other one too

My Father's Daughters
talk about who they will help next
they talk about who needs support
and who they can protect

My Father's Daughters
like their Dad
tries to get His heart
to let each woman know
that she is a work of art

They want so much
to soothe and heal
my sisters, are so real

They are a team, really
these girls are spiritually pretty
each one unique, each one belongs
each one helps the other one stay strong

And these girls are in the word, they put God first
they're so full of His Love
they let the last one go first

and these Sister's are accountable
to each other
and gossip no way
that's just plain trouble

These Sisters, My Father's Daughters
Are really Beautiful
When we laugh together
no one wants to go

oh No! not my Father's Daughters

Submitted: Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Edited: Saturday, October 25, 2008

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