Unconditional

He climbs onto my lap
without asking permission
That’s one of the ways
I know that my son knows
that I love him.

~~

at dVerse today, we are writing “twitter poetry” (in other words, poems must be a maximum of 140 characters including spaces and line breaks.

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10 thoughts on “Unconditional

  1. I completely love this, Bryan. We want all our children to feel that loved and comfortable around their parents. It’s as it should be. I commend you for that.

  2. Sweet and tender. For the children, having their parents as their monkey bar is a sure sign that they are loved and that they love their parents. 🙂

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