I Miss You So, Dad! - Poem by Masked lady
You were there when I was weak
Gave me words of wisdom when I get insensitive
Fixed things up when chaos times came,
You stood by me no matter what.
I wish childhood have remained,
So we could always draw fishes together,
Sharks, whales, salmons, and dolphins too,
How could I forget those sketches,
So detailed and so fine?
Your ear-to-ear smiles, at the class culmination rites,
When my medals and pins you hung on me,
How can I ever forget, how proud you were of me?
Dad, you made my childhood complete!
Your words and laughter are always clear and loud
It seems it was only yesterday when we said our goodbyes
Its almost ten years now, When you were gone
Yet dad, I still can’t get over our loss of you
Coz I miss you so, dad!
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