Dahlia Morris

My Father's Daughter

My Father's Daughter

I am my father's daughter, ask those who knew him well
I've got his nose, I've got his mouth and his... boy go to hell!
I am my father's daughter, I've got his inner strength
I've got his will, eyes to kill, work while others are asleep still

I am my father's daughter I've got his heart of gold
And you will agree when you know me that half the story is still untold
I've got his wit, learnt histricks, never go to bed without making a wish
Never go to bed without making a wish

I am my father's daughter, I wish I knew him well
Well,if wishes were horses we would all be riding
Opening the gates of heaven and hell
I am my father's daughter though you would never guess
And if you too would like to find out just put me to the test.

D. LovedayMorris

Topic(s) of this poem: daddy, daughter

Poem Submitted: Friday, July 10, 2020

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