Fox Nekitsune

Rookie - 0 Points (So long ago as to render me an adult but not longh enough to be elderly. / in Richmond Yorkshire)

My Father - Poem by Fox Nekitsune

Once upon a time I was happy
I think it was as a child
I can barely remember

My fondest memory is of daddy
As a man he was so mild
And one September

He told me that he loved me

I told him that too
He showed me his love for me
He whispered ‘I love you’
He said his love was free

He told me that he loved me

I miss him now
He went a way for a while
He couldn’t come to my bed

Then I got older some how
I remember sitting in the trial

I never saw him again

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 3, 2005

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