Posted on March 13, 2017 Updated on March 12, 2017
Is the air under my wings
Love that makes me fly
This entry was posted in Poetry and tagged Audio Poetry, Dads, Fly, Haiku, Love, Parenting, Poem, Poetry, Spoken Word, Writing.
Such a beautiful moment you captured with the lens and through your pen.💞
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Thank you Michael, ordinarily my photos tend to inspire the words that come forth. I thought to write a long post today. But, I felt that sometimes less is more. Have a great day, Michael. I look forward to reading your posts and will be stopping by. 🙂
Beautiful and it sure is a father and his love surely takes wings. Great 👍
Having a father in our lives is so important with growing children. Too many have grown up without fathers and good role models. Thanks for stopping by.
Yes absolutely true
Awwww, lovely. Is that your husband and daughter? I think the presence of a father is so important in a child’s like. I know my daughter is secure in her dad’s love for her. And I totally believe that it’s shaping her into a healthy and whole individual that won’t need to seek the love and attention of unhealthy relationships.
Have a wonderful day and week Sonyo.
Yes, it is my hubby with our daughter. I totally agree with you Staci, a father’s love is huge in a little girl’s life and boy’s life. Too often little boys and girls grow up into adults with “daddy” issues. It’s very easy to recognize in the adults around us. I’m glad that she has a strong male role model in her life, one that is very active and hands-on. Have a great day as well, Staci! 🙂
“Too often little boys and girls grow up into adults with “daddy” issues.”
–I know I did. It took me a while to be all healed up from it too. Wrote a post on it once with a poem and artwork. If interested, you can see it here: https://stacilys.wordpress.com/2016/09/19/wings-to-fly-2/
Ugh…same here. And I feel little girls grow up into women with father issues. I will definitely read your post and comment on it when I have a moment. 🙂
The greatest role I’ll ever play is helping my daughter take flight, giving her the support she needs. Being there to know she can always rely on me. This haiku beautifully captures that. Thank you!
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