CraigHow can I teach him all he needs to ever know,
When I don’t know it all.
How can I expect him to stand tall on his own two feet,
When I have known only to fall.
How can I ask him to learn all he can to be wise,
When I have only been a fool.
How can I preach what I seldom practice with my lack of understanding,
Wish I paid more attention at school.
How can I be more generous when I feel I have nothing,
Nothing to him worthy to give,
And yet when I look at him smiling I know,
For him, I’d give my breaths to live.

Love doesn’t come at a price but the rewards are priceless.









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