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Day 20 of Na/GloPoWriMo, 2020! 2/3rds of the way through this year’s event. The optional prompt is to “write a poem about a handmade or homemade gift that you have received“. Gifts From the Heart by Michael Doyle Since divorce … Continue reading
Two hours isn’t nearly long enough, but, at least it was some time. Father’s Day With My Daughters (2019) by Michael Romani Some dads find it fine to have bragging rights In that they’ve done in spending sleepless nights But, … Continue reading
Father’s Day is approaching. Due to lack of funds, I’ve not seen the girls but twice since June 10 of last year. We won’t even really get into the 73 times that the Court ordered telephonic visitation has been interfered … Continue reading
“To a father growing old, nothing is dearer than a daughter.” – Euripides, playwright (c. 480-406 BCE)
“To be the father of growing daughters is to understand something of what Yeats evokes with his imperishable phrase ‘terrible beauty.’ Nothing can make one so happily exhilarated or so frightened: it’s a solid lesson in the limitations of self … Continue reading
“A son is a son till he takes him a wife, a daughter is a daughter all of her life.” –Irish Saying Times this times two princesses and you have my idea of paradise!