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-The Poet’s Note-

For the poem -The Dance-

This is another poem based on one of Pascal Campion’s amazing work.

Since the mothers had a poem written especially for them, I didn’t want to leave out all the fathers, all over the world.

This poem goes out to all the darling  daddies who dote on their daughter girls

&

For all the daughters in this world, who still consider themselves to be daddies’ little princesses!

-The Dance-

https://thenamelesspoet.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/the-dance/

– \m/ Peace Out \m/ –

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