Treasure Island

Audrey Heller

(2/28/32 / Bronx, New York/ Now residing in Florida)

Remembering You Dad


I miss you, oh so much, I long
to feel, you're gentle touch! To
hear your voice, just once more,
is what, I'm really longing for! It's
been so very long, that you've
been gone, but this feeling, still
lingers on! Whenever I look at
your picture, I pick it up and hold
it tight. I gaze at you, with loving
eyes, be it day, or night! What a
handsome man you were,
everyone, has said so. I keep the
same picture, in my wallet and
show you off, wherever I go! The
minute they look at your picture,
then look at me, they'll remark
how much we look alike, for it's
very plain to see! I'm proud, to
say the least and honored too.
That I was very lucky, to resemble,
you!

Submitted: Monday, November 15, 2010

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