When I Was…

With papa and mama on my graduation day.

 

Dear Papa,

 

When I was seven,

You told me about hell and heaven;

Jesus is the way, the truth, and the light,

By His blood, we are saved day and night.

 

When I was ten,

Untasty food launch me into a rant;

You taught me to eat everything on the table,

Because this reflect that our character is stable.

 

When I was eleven,

Popo passed around a quarter to seven;

You said: “For every situation, in the Lord- rejoice”,

“Even if it doesn’t make sense, again I say, rejoice”.

 

When I was thirteen,

I asked: “What if mama is fat and not lean?”;

You lowered your newspaper and illustrated true love,

By saying: “Then there is more for me to love”.

 

When I was fourteen,

You showed me hard work and discipline;

Determination is all we need,

Deligence brings us up to speed.

 

When I was sixteen,

Add maths just wasn’t my scene;

You explained X, Y, and functions,

Till the subject was no more my dysfunction.

 

When I was eighteen,

Cadetship was all I’m keen;

You drove, drilled and prepared me,

The reason today I fly with glee.

 

When I was twenty-five,

You never cease in your plight to thrive;

Piano, taekwando, theology,

Achievements are definitely part of your biology.

 

Today, I am twenty-seven,

Still my inspiration and motivation;

Your teachings keep me safe at bay,

I love you papa, Happy Father’s Day!

2 Replies to “When I Was…”

  1. Thanks Darling for the kind words. Always grow in the grace and knowledge of your Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
    Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with your mind and with all your strength. Always.

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