Reluctant To Part - Poem by Charles WOO
I saw my daughter off at the airport and said good-bye.
Nothing could be done about her migration but a sigh.
The crow was a kind bird who fed her old mother.
Falcon loved hunting and was leaving her father.
She migrated to foreign country for a better life.
Married with her boy friend there, she would be a good wife.
Her gray-haired parents gave her many advices at one time.
Take care in future and never waste your time.
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