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EASY Sunday

In Griot, News on June 20, 2010 at 11:04 am

Happy Fathers Day – to all of the GO GETTER Dad’s in the world.
For those WHO know me “literally” – I’m sooo a Daddy’s Girl.

Today it’s all about HIM – Adams distant offspring.
A life without knowing a Dad – is a sad familial thing.

My parents divorced when I was in the 5th grade
But Dad kept his role as the one to make us behave.

Mom put the Christmas trees together, most bikes and helped us build the clubhouse
Dad lived near by, kept us in focus with one eye & reminded us he’d wear us out. 🙂
enforcement is what Dad’s are all about

I’ll never forget – it was Spring of my 12th grade year
I had acquired a grown fan – a male stalker was near.

I had to catch two city busses in the morning to get to school.
Having my own independence felt responsible and totally cool.

Until I was repetitiously spooked by a man who’d be waiting downtown @ my transfer
I was 17 he was about 10 years my senior; thus the independent me was scared.

The first week or two I played it off, like his following me to school was no bother
But after a month or so, I broke down and confessed being scared to my father.

Days following…nothing happened & nothing changed
I was duly being stalked by the man of strange. 😦

Though by weeks end the stalker felt bold
and approached my person – scared my soul!

I felt so alone, wearing a nervous smile – in pure fright
When I looked across the street to see flickering head lights.

I looked a little harder hoping someone…anyone would come and help
and before I knew it —standing between me and “the dim” — was my dad himself.

Dad jacked him up and greatly interupted the mans devious intentful flow
I continued my route until I graduated and I never saw “the dim” no ‘mo.
That’s what Dad’s are fo’…

Happy Fathers Day
to you – Please believe your kids will never forget
The moments when you were on it – saving them from a hell of sweat.

Wouldn’t want to go through much without you.

Because of you– LIFE has muscle, shade & is breezy.
Let this Sunday be a reflection of the things you do so easy.

Oooo Wee,
I’m a Daddy’s Girl.

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