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A Prayer For Dad (Memorial Day Memorial Day Memorial Day)

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Lord, Shepherd my dad today
In green pastures let him lay
To still waters guide his way
Restoreth his soul, I pray

Lead him in the paths of right
Through the valley give him light
When he's afraid ease his fright
With Thy rod and staff lend might
Prepare a table of spoil
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Thursday, September 16, 2010
Topic(s) of this poem: memorial,fathers
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Soulful Heart 13 September 2014
amen indeed......may ur beautiful prayer be fulfiled to d letter......
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Ben Marshall 20 May 2014
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Tracee Olga 22 April 2014
Nice rhyme udiah...this poem is beautiful
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Val Barker 18 March 2014
Just lost my lovely dad..this poem is beautiful.thank you Udiah
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Amika Brockenbrough 06 October 2013
I loved it, it an amazing poem!
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Patricia Grantham 13 August 2013
A great Memorial Day poem in honor of your loving father. He would have been very pleased that such an honorable poem was written for him. To dwell in the house of the lord forever Amen! A lovely tribute.
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Jason Atkinson 22 July 2013
Poetry is always great when written in love. Especially love of god
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Amar Abbas 29 January 2013
Beautiful work. RIP
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