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Author Name: Premiumlionheart 20 Comments
Date Added: May 27, 2008 15:05:28 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The first born with the Scottish genes.
The flaming red hair and beatiuful green eyes.
My shrewd, quick-witted confidant
Who can sell an iceberg to a camel driver. 
My middle child, the wonderful artist and mother;
Her maternal grandmother's Irish blood within.
The auburn haired independent flower child
who steps to the beat of her own drum. 
And the youngest, the raven haired, dark eyed beauty;
My loyal, sweet , sensitive "baby"
of whom my father said when he first held her:
"This is how I live."
And for these,
my daughters
the following verse;
Across the fields of yesterday
They sometimes come to me...
Little children back from play
Tired, hungry... a haunting memory.
And when they gather all around
I hope that they can see
A decent man strong and sound...
The man I tried to be. 
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Comment By: PremiumAngelface on May 4, 2009 08:23:27 PM Report
Lion heart was always a wonderful friend to me! This was  a beautigul poem he wrote to you, His daughters! He will never be forgotten in my in my favorites!! He is well missed!!!





Comment By: TrialJulie Freedman on July 13, 2008 10:28:22 AM Report
Not all heroes have superpowers; some of them come in quiet gentle men who wipe your tears, kiss your hurts, and teach you how to catch a fish for the first time.

Some heroes go unlauded, never letting the big world know how large and all-powerful they are in the small world, the world where little girls laugh at Daddy's in funny hats, can't sleep until the monsters in the closet are chased away and always get the big side of the wishbone so their dreams will come true.


So much of who you were, Daddy, is what gives us the courage to be who we are, each very different but still blended together as sisters, knowing you were our center, our safe harbor.

You seldom fixed our problems, forcing us to make decisions for ourselves and live with the consequences, making us strong and independent, but knowing that regardless of those choices, we would still be loved, respected and encouraged.


You were not just a man to me. You were my friend and confidant, confessor and teacher, partner in capers and much laughter, and always my hero.

I miss you already.

Comment By: FreeGee on July 10, 2008 07:17:57 PM Report
This is tender and loving and touching....

At times I lost my words but can only feel the wonderful of this poem...


Hugs for you Dad...

Gee xxxx


Comment By: FreeCathy on June 12, 2008 03:11:57 PM Report
ahhhhh that is so sweet what a good dad to write something so beautiful and special for your daughters. I commend you I will put this in my favorites

Comment By: FreeAngel on June 7, 2008 12:03:40 PM Report
Beautiful daughters are truly a treasure and mine is my world as yours are to you my friend
Comment By: Freenoah count on June 6, 2008 08:56:29 PM Report
I am certain, a hope fulfilled.  Very beautiful.  noah
Comment By: Premiumjohn j. carey on June 5, 2008 06:07:05 AM Report
Richard, great sentiments here. I have a adult daughter and she also is a treasure......john
Comment By: FreeReborn on June 1, 2008 02:35:28 PM Report
awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, three daughters, that is so sweet, Lionheart!! Keep writing!!



Comment By: Freejohn carter on June 1, 2008 10:46:36 AM Report
Superb Richard.


Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on May 31, 2008 10:59:54 AM Report
piognant and tender.

How soon the time passes.

Ali x

Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on May 30, 2008 02:00:07 PM Report
Beautiful sentiment Richard, nicely done. One question though? Are any of them single? LOL! Joe
Comment By: FreeCindy Bendel on May 29, 2008 12:55:42 PM Report
Absolutely lovely in every way. Just exquisite to read Richard. So much love within these lines.


~Cindy xo

Comment By: PremiumVizualEnsemble on May 28, 2008 09:54:45 PM Report
SW this is most lovely. One of my favs. What a loving Father you are. This

is one to be treasured by your beautiful daughters. I know they are proud of you

as you are of them. Just beautiful sweetie.



Comment By: FreeLubaina on May 28, 2008 03:00:04 PM Report
wonderful write..Excellent...


Comment By: FreeSteve on May 28, 2008 10:51:59 AM Report
I have two daughters, this is a wonderful poem.
Comment By: PremiumMary Lou Allen on May 28, 2008 08:37:26 AM Report
My, what lovely daughters! This is sweeet, Richard. Well done. ML
Comment By: PremiumGlata on May 27, 2008 06:21:44 PM Report
It's beautifull, hon...absoutely aewsome! They will love this. A father's heart shows clearly in this write. So well done!

Hugs t o ya...


Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on May 27, 2008 05:11:55 PM Report
Simply a classic poem from a loving and devoted father to his three girls... with great love in his heart for them...
 Hugs ~ She Whispers

Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on May 27, 2008 04:16:52 PM Report
Loving...sincere...heartfelt...a real treasure. Fine work!



Comment By: FreeAmy on May 27, 2008 03:48:10 PM Report
So sweet, this poem. Beautifully written. I am sure they love it and you!

Lil bit of a Daddy's girl, this went to my faves.




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