Sahera Bhagoo

(Bolton, UK)

Nadia - Poem by Sahera Bhagoo

My daughter I love you so,
Just like your father
did once before,
Your fathers gone
it hurts us so,
The pain he suffered
we will never know,
The loss we feel
hurts us more,
We will be together
once ashore.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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