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Thank you, Papa
by   Wrigley

Infinity joined his love, and wrapped my childhood 
with unconditional acceptance.

History mattered, as it was shown to me 
through gentle eyes; 

Lessons to allow the importance 
of little things; 

 Callous hands cured my uncertainty; 
 work and hugs vied tenaciously; 

 Shoulders etched with wrinkled worries, held me, 
 sustained the weight of little tears; 

 I never wanted 
 for what matters most to a child: 

 No doubt about it; I was, still am.
 How blessed is that?

Thank you, Papa

Poem ID: 16393   Poem Posted: 6/27/1999
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