To Carmel Azzopardi Poem by LeeAnn Azzopardi

To Carmel Azzopardi

Rating: 5.0

How I miss yr blue eyes, Dad?
A gift, if you are Maltese
They sparkle like the skies
When the clouds melt as the sun
Comes out of the rain
But I know you are looking down
Though, I would like to feel yr embrace
And to tell you to put yr teeth back in

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Topic(s) of this poem: dad,remembrance
Kim Barney 21 March 2023

A nice tribute to your dad, LeeAnn. I had to chuckle at the last line. (continued)

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Richard Wlodarski 21 March 2023

The last 2 opposing lines are a stroke of genius, LeeAnn! Such a tender poem of fatherly remembrance.

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M. Asim Nehal 22 March 2023

Love for Dad is very much in your poem. Nice tribute LeeAnn. Liked it.

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Pallavi Tripathi 22 March 2023

Love it. Asks for more poems like this pretty please!

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Michael Cochrane 21 March 2023

Wonderful poem LeeAnn

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Dr Dillip K Swain 21 March 2023

An endearing tribute to your beloved father dear poetess LeeAnn! You can't forget those blue eyes...

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Kim Barney 21 March 2023

(2) My dad used to take out his false teeth and say 'Look, Mom, no cavities! '

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