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A memorable day!

28 May

We had a wonderful birthday for Father Francis in St Mary’s high school where kids gave him lots of hand made cards and flowers and then teachers sang many songs, recited many ghazals and I wrote a poem for him; that follows, designed and framed beautifully by my hubby Asad.

This father has worked in pakistan for last 40 years on volunteer basis and it has been just two years since I joined him in his endeavors. I am so proud that I got an opportunity to meet him and work with him.

It was a really a memorable day

         Father Frans Labeewu

A poem dedicated to our beloved father on his birthday

                        Written By

                       Sadaf Shah

He came to our country…So far from his own

With his uncles in a car…From Belgium to Pakistan

This was his fate he believes

And with that his beloved country he leaves

 

From Sialkot to Gujranwala

From Lahore to Bedian

He helps all those he can

And makes everybody his fan

 

He is gentle and soft spoken

And helps lovingly the forsaken

Instills love in their heart for God and mankind

Because he came with that cause in his mind

 

We thank Father Frans with all our hearts

As no one can be as dedicated as he has been

And we as a nation feel indebted

For all his hard work whose results can easily be seen

 

We love you Father our angel in disguise

You made us learn to love, to be humble and wise

                                                                                                                              Dated: May 24th, 2011.

 

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Posted by on May 28, 2011 in a new day, nostalgia, poems, Wisdom

 

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