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|Posted by: CelticRadio 21-Jun-2020, 10:50 AM|
by Sir Ronald Ross
Come with me then, my son;
Thine eyes are wide for truth:
And I will give thee memories,
And thou shalt give me youth.
The lake laps in silver,
The streamlet leaps her length:
And I will give thee wisdom,
And thou shalt give me strength.
The mist is on the moorland,
The rain roughs the reed:
And I will give thee patience,
And thou shalt give me speed.
When lightnings lash the skyline
Then thou shalt learn thy part:
And when the heavíns are direst,
For thee to give me heart.
Forthrightness I will teach thee;
The vision and the scope;
To hold the hand of honour:ó
And thou shalt give me hope;
And when the heavíns are deepest
And stars most bright above;
May God then teach thee duty;
And thou shalt teach me love.
To all Dad's today and to the memory of our own Fathers who have passed on...
|Posted by: WallaceGal 21-Jun-2020, 02:13 PM|
I still miss my dad.
|Posted by: MacFive 21-Jun-2020, 05:53 PM|
|You never quite get over it either - missing my Dad too. Enjoying though all the kids Father Day's surprises. New clothes, pizza and even a game card!|