Shirley Frederick

(Morrison, Illinois)

Fathers Day - Poem by Shirley Frederick

Son we really miss you
And long to have you here
Only in our dreams
Someone so dear
The meaning of the day
Just for a hug from you
Longing as we must
All the day thru
I know we'll meet again
Its in the future place
But how do I get thru
I guess with footprints in the sand

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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