Poems

Daddy’s Girl

by Sean Dempsey 7/1/23

A father’s care is far from rare,
Nor is it soft or warm;
But it’s her daddy’s arms a daughter needs
To weather any storm.

A father’s kiss is rarely missed
By princess, bug, or child;
But though she scorns his failed embrace,
He still melts with e’ry smile.

A father’s love is sometimes shoved
Quite rudely from ‘her space.’
Good thing daddys have a thicker skin,
And can wait for choice embrace.

A father’s bond is beyond fond;
It can’t be broken, bent, or eased—
Yet his resolve is quickly best
If she should whisper ‘pretty please.’

A father’s heart is ripped apart
When his daughter’s far away;
From every harm and from each wrong,
He would shield her every day.

A father’s fear is some cruel year
When she’s no longer daddy’s girl;
To think some day he must give away
The lil’ girl who is his world…

A father’s eyes are moist—a bride…
Appears before him in the sun;
But daughter, dear, in this distant year
Our two heartbeats still beat as one.

Sean Dempsey
Sean Dempsey moved to New Hampshire as one of the first 100 ‘Free Staters.’ He supports unabashedly shouting the liberty message from the rooftops. No pale pastels; Sean believes Libertarians need vibrant and bold messaging and that the message of freedom is not something to be embarrassed by.
http://dempseyestates.com

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