Happy Birthday, Dear Dr.Diana
The little girl you used to be
Is now adult, steadfast and wise;
A butterfly must be afree,
And colorful, pretty and nice!
‘A daughter's forever and good'
Her love for parents can't abate;
The girl must go through womanhood;
So, things must change on every date!
The bud must blossom, turn a rose
Of beauty great, and spread fragrance;
On time, you do some things and pose,
To lead a happy life and dance.
A doctor daughter's life is tough;
A noble service waits for you;
At times, the roads are rather rough,
And you must put off things you do!
What looks amusing, boring turns,
And life becomes a serious thing;
Some dreams, desires, what one yearns,
May vanish fast, being earthling!
Right decisions have time constraints;
We may not know what is God's will;
Sometimes we must ignore restraints,
And slog as if healthy, though ill!
Be cheerful dear, whatev'r life brings;
Our patience can be tested much;
Who sees our heart-strings play and sings;
We pray for God's grace, holy touch.
Both mom and dad wish you this day -
‘May God shower His blessings soon;
He's sure to send His special Fay,
To turn the bane into a boon! '
Happy Birthday dear Christy!
God sees your heart and meets your needs!
Hearty wishes from mom, dad, sister, brother-in-law and Jessy.
Copyright by Dr John Celes 10-11-2020
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: birthday greetings