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My dear boy

I never knew i could love a person so much
when you came into this world it was such a rush,
despite my troublesome life god stil Blessed me thru you
I am your father you are my son,
you are your own person, but we are still one,
From me which you came,
mind body & Soul, caring for you is my ultimate goal,
I may not have been #1 Dad,
But I have always been there,
To comfort your cries and sooth your aches
I've been there to watch you sleep,
and still remained when you wake,
I grew not knowing my father.
you'll never experence that abscence.
ill be there to push you farther,
Now your a bit older to understand,
Regardless your age your still my Boy.
yet you are still just a young man,
my protection for you is neverending until im gone,
but in the end im Still there singing heaven's song,
I always want you to how daddy loves you Dearly,
you are what i strive for even when i cant see clearly.
it was bit tiring in the night when you scream my name crying,
But it was rewarding and great,
when I hold you up looking at a image of me Smiling
your playful smile your joyful laugh is what makes me happy,
i admit I wasnt ready
But as i grow older and your aleady here
I have to be strong and steady,
So my son take into account all that I have said,
And know my love comes Bearing fruit,
By this letter you have read.
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Submitted by TravonteX on April 20, 2021

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Dominick Harvey

I started writing when I was a teenager when I was going through tough times as an adolescent rebellious and stubborn I eventually stopped but years later when I found myself staring at the ceiling of a cell I was inspired to pick up the pen again more…

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