A Father’s Day poem by Jesse Suphan

He taught me to be self-reliant

 How to be Y2K compliant

 I’d get spanked if I was defiant

For the longest time I thought he was a giant.

 

He taught me to not be scared.

Always lets me know he cares.

He gets real mad when I drive impaired. …

On the radio Elvis always blared.

 

He’s always been my biggest fan

I’m not in prison cause he’s a legal man

TAKE OUT THE DAMN TRASH CAN!

When I’m in trouble he has a plan.

 

So happy fathers day

To a dad that’s far away

And I don’t know if it’s the proper way

But dear dad… I’m gay -Jesse Suphan

 

This is my friend Jesse:

ImageHis father denies any allegations of spanking.

One thought on “A Father’s Day poem by Jesse Suphan

  1. Pam Luhn June 16, 2014 / 2:52 am

    Love the poem! You have always had a way with words and how to make people laugh. Miss having cocktail hour!

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