Jan Tchamani

My Daughter - Poem by Jan Tchamani

My daughter says I'm right
More than wrong
She says I'm beautiful
When I'm feeling ugly
She says I make sense
When I'm confused and just
Exteriorizing my train of thought
She says I'm kind
When I've eaten all the chocolate
She says I look great
When I've put on three kilos
She says I'm the best
When clearly to others
I seem only ordinary
She looks at me with her diamond eyes
She looks at me with her heart
Why do I smile so wide
When she tells me I'm great?
It’s simple:
My daughter always tells the truth.

Topic(s) of this poem: appreciation, daughter

Form: Prose Poem

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 13, 2015

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