"Once in a Lifetime"

This poem is very personal to me as I am an only child.
The Big Brother whom I wrote this poem in dedication of, is not actually a real Big Brother, but rather a very, very, very close friend and role model from a programme called BIg Brother's

"Once in a Lifetime"

 For an only child in a two person household family life is limited when that son is lonely or just needs a chance an' brake to forget and get away from everyone and everything in his life, even for just a small hour. A chance to spend time with someone that other kids, his friends take for granted an opportunity to get one-on-one with another guy. 'Cause it's more than quality time between two men, it's a learning experience every fleeting second a new leaf is flipped and a new expedition is begun. Thank-you for presenting

Once-in-a-lifetime!

A Big Brother is more than just someone to tease you mad and help cleanse the dirt, he's the father that you have never had, if only in figure. He's an advice giver, a best friend, a

Once-in-a-lifetime!  

All the memories are embedded for an eternity that will exist throgh till the afterlife. A special space in my heart will forever be filled and warmed by the challenges, first-times, lessons and inspirations that are permanently tattooed upon my life both eternally and externally, in my confidence and character!
Gracias for presenting me with a

Once-in-a-lifetime

 My reminiscing will reach farther than mere free tickets and hikes through spectaculartly breath-taking scenery. No, I shall for the rest of my life remember the experience of a

Once-in-a-lifetime!

Though are time together may have ceased, and I shall miss you and the reassurance of that weekly escape,  a much needed break every weekend, I know that are enabling another deserving only son. Yeah, that sounds like you...always trying to make the world, the city, a life, a child smile. Thank-you for

Once-in-a-lifetime!
Once-in-a-lifetime!
Once-in-a-lifetime!

December 21, 2009
To: Dwayne M. Marry Christmas and Thank-You!
 

 

 

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