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A father is always her daughter's first love. It is he who holds her hand unconditionally throughout her life and cherishes her love.
He always believes in me.He always trusts me.He always supports my decisions.He always put my wishes first.He always put my desires foremost.He is my backbone.I know, I have let him downSo many timesBut still, he adores me like hisLittle princess.I know, I can count on himFor any situation and on any dayHe always understands me.And, when my decisions wentFrom wrong to worstEven then he supported meAnd advised meThat just takes it as a lesson.He is every daughter’s first love.
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