Jerry Fields

(Mulga, Alabama, USA)

Three Daughters - Poem by Jerry Fields

You are so beautiful and so neat
You have my blood pressure at its peak
Shining hair with eyes so true
Makes me feel never to blue
Companions of mornings early light
A fisherman partner's best sight
Playing and laughter among us a float
Dad's going to tell you, his best little joke
My dear daughters, please, Lend me your ear
For I will give you now;
Advice for future years.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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