Daddy’s Girl

Daddy’s Girl
A Chuck Weiskircher Poem © 6/10/2014

Girls who love their Dads are called Daddy’s Girls
Daddies consider their daughter more precious than pearls.
From the day they are born they give us joy
And smile so big when they receive a new toy.

Together we laugh, giggle and play
Wishing the good times could always stay.
We watch as they grow and begin to learn
And try to keep them from getting a sunburn.

They may get sick or hurt during the day
And for them our family will gather and pray.
When they get better the girls smile bright
And give us hugs with all their might.

The girls like to wear their mom’s clothes
Then in the mirror they strike a pose.
Their tea parties are always filled with fun
With talk and pretend tea and a cinnamon bun.

Bedtime for our daughters is a real treat
Daddy reads them a story while taking a seat.
He tells of princesses and heroes from long ago
Who slay dragons and giants with a single blow.

Too soon the girl grows into a young woman
And all the boys start watching her bosom.
Daddy can still help her with school work
And take her to the park or even the cirque.

Then one day she finds the right man
And to him in marriage she gives her hand.
And as Daddy leads her down the isle
He tries not to cry but to only smile.

Forever she will be his Daddy’s Girl
As he Remembers her dancing in a whirl.
The child has grown and started a new life
As she became some very lucky man’s wife.


About chaplainchucks

I am an old Marine who has become a Chaplain. I love to write stories, poetry and to perform wedding ceremonies. I live in the mountains in Southern California but work near the beach. I also enjoy camping and cooking in my Dutch Ovens. I am a philosopher, gentleman, Renaissance man and great-grandfather. USMC 1976-1980 (Tank Battalion) US Army 1980-1988 (Military Intelligence) Minister license 1995
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