Robert Edgar Burns
Daddy, I'M A Whiz! - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
“Don’t do anything to ruin this son,
She’s as precious as precious can be! ”
Those were words my father said,
At my wedding jubilee!
I thought it odd he thinks I would!
Did he not think he raised me right?
Today those words still echo,
Many years since he left this life!
I agree she is an angel,
To put up with this devil, me!
But daddy it was the Grace Of God,
That He sent me this angel, you see?
Precious, a word used for treasure!
And that my darling is!
Daddy I hope you are now looking,
To see at loving her, I’m A Whiz!
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