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dear Watson ...
It’s when a 6 or 7-year old daughter writes him a poem of love and appreciation:
One of the best poems I've ever read. It's an instant classic. (I have some a little like it tucked away. They're the best.)
@blackwatertownPaul, true innocence can't be faked or bought or coerced. For me, it just doesn't get better than this.
Precious. It reminds me of another treasure tucked away in my loft. When my ribs heal, I climb up and dig it out.
My eyes are full, Fossil. "You are better," says it all.Blessings ~ Maxi
It comes as no surprise to me that your daughter would come up with this - she is after all your daughter
You have just achieved something rare. Brought tears of awe to my eyes.
@RummuserThank you for allowing it to touch you.
@shackmanShe is a good person and I'm proud of the young lady she has grown into. Thanks for giving me any credit in that.
@MaxiI love this poem and the more so because I love my daughter.
@GrannymarI can very much seeing you with a few Elly treasures very, very similar in nature.
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