To the most stoical being alive,
Who acted as an asylum to the insolent offspring,
And made easy all these strives,
And gave my existence an inconcievable upswing.
He led me to the innocuous,
And made sure every ambition wasnt left astray,
Sustaining his progeny utmost congruous,
And desired us ecstatic and allay.
It wasn't as facile as the naive do think,
Despite all anguish and deprivation,
In the times he had dismay make him rethink,
But succoured me without an utter of isolation.
The real chevalier,
The benign protector,
The light hearted buoy,
And most importantly none but an adoring father.
THE PSALM OF A FATHER is a poem explaining the intimacy of a father to his progeny. Despite all brawl, he manages to succour his progeny and ensure their souls are utmost congrous and ecstatic. He is a soldier, a buoy, a combatant only for his offspring. And had to go through tons of spar to protect his family from the ominous. Its a obeisance to all patriarchs.