THE DAY I MEET MY FATHER

Photo edited by my friend Var Kom

I always had a million thoughts
running through my mind
of how things would be,
had my dad been there by my side.
I’ve often wondered what a dad’s love meant,
along with the feeling of being called
“Daddy’s little princess”.
Then I’d think of the day I’ll finally meet him
on the other side of the shore;
‘Would he recognize me?’
that’s a question I keep asking myself.
I planned this whole scenario in mind
of when that day finally comes;
we’d both run into each other’s arm,
he’d hold me close and never let go,
then we’d do all things missed out,
making memories of my childhood
one where he’s there to witness.
He’d teach me to ride a bike,
catch me when I fall,
buy me ice-creams when I’m hurt,
sing me a lullaby on my sleepless nights,
tell me endless stories of his youth,
scare off guys to protect me,
help me out from moms many scolding’s.
I don’t know if I’d ever get that chance to meet him,
yet I can say with all certainty,
that the day I finally meet my father
will be the best one of all.

Hi there fellow bloggers, I hope you all have been well as am I. My trip was a fun one despite the flood and soon I’ll share the pictures of my nephew as well, I won’t be posting that much this days as I have some projects I need to complete and I can’t wait to share it with you all but don’t worry I will be very much active and reading your amazing blogs 😊

I do hope you enjoy reading todays poem, it is some of my imaginations for the day I finally will get to meet my dad. Happy reading 🙃

The introvert writer © 2022

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Daphny Aqua

A passionate writer who pours out her heart in her writtings.

36 thoughts on “THE DAY I MEET MY FATHER”

  1. This is a beautiful poem filled with hope and longing for wishes to be fulfilled. I hope when this day arrives it will live up to all of your expectations. Everyone deserves a good father. I didn’t have a good dad (quite the opposite, in fact) so I, too, have always wondered what it would be like to have a father who loved me. Wishing you the best with this, Daphny. You deserve it. 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much, Mike! Oh, I’m extremely sorry my friend I think having no dad sometimes is better than having a terrible one. I hope one day we both will have a father who loves us, let’s not forget the One above though. Thank you once again. 😊

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    1. So beautiful memories in poem. So great write up poem for father’s. I like. I emonational and raining 👀😥😢!Best wishes on all of your projects. You go ahead! 🌷✍️

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  2. This is beautifully nostalgic and heartfelt. I can feel the pain in your words of how you felt to be missing your father and the joy you express in the hope of seeing him again one day.

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