The old man letter for his daughter

I have a daughter living at another continent.
Who supported me as I was old and can't even bend.
Burden by her responsibility, she earn for me to tend.
Oh! My daughter, you should first take care of yourself.
For I know that your living dangerously. As a nurse who help others to lived.
In a middle of this pandemic,
I was scared, I'll never see you next spring.

My lovely daughter, I wish that all danger would just come to me.
And leave you aside to be happy just like you be.
Though I want to see you and hug you like when you were still tiny.
It can't be done cause I am the same to the patient you see.

Love yourself and lived to the fullest.
Don't grief, because I have known that you have done your best.
Oh! My lovely child, please don't cry when you read this.
I want you to know that your the last one I will miss.
I hope you remember all my guidance you hear.
Lived far more longer than me.

I love you my child.
Far more than my life.

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