The Pedestrian

Rookie - 259 Points (Pittsburgh Pennsylvania)

Father And Son - Poem by The Pedestrian

Father and son
such a precious thing
Can make you cry
sometimes'll make you sing

You'll learn from me
I'll learn from you, my son
And I will remember
when my day is done

'Play with me, Daddy'
I hear my little one say
Well, really should go
aw, for a minute I'll stay

I'll be your hero
you'll be my friend
Turn it around
when we do it again

Want to be gentle
want to be strong
Want to know all the answers
and never be wrong

Want to be patient
and share what I've got
Hope he'll forgive me
when I'm not

You do the best you can
but you may never know
Lend a guiding hand
and then it's time
to let go

My love is forever
like the sea
Though we may spend years apart
I'll always be
here

Waiting

Here, waiting to lend a helping hand
to lend a guiding hand
to lend a helping hand

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

For my son, Sheehan and my father, Doug

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 14, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 15, 2013


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