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But as you will understand, I don't like to post things that mischaracterize and are aimed to mislead.

-- Brad Delong

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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Haiku Wednesday


We are roll models,
Teachers, guardians, guides, and
Fallibly human.

Join the fun!


moorebloglife said...

So true, fallible maybe, But there for us as children is what matters. It is the father that is not there that looses out.I enjoyed this very much.

Jenn@ You know... that blog? said...

So very true! Fallible maybe, but that is what makes you real.

Jillien said...

Very true indeed, but it makes dads all the more lovable... I think. At least as a daughter I found it easier to forgive the faults in my dad.

Strange, I know.


Ria said...

We all expect our dad's to be infallible don't we?

Bing (PinkLady) said...

so true... but then, fathers like you give infallible, unconditional love. that makes it all perfect. =) i love your haiku!