He has a leather bag.
He walks with confidence.
He loves his wife, he loves his children.
He works hard.
He plays hard too.
He knows more than you think.
He can cook.
He brews his own beer.
Coffee too.
He can build a fire.
He is good with his hands.
His mind is sharp.
He appreciates good things.
He is disciplined.
He is fit.
He is strong.
His children love to play.

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Comment by Greg Ghering on August 10, 2009 at 6:56am
Are you familiar with much music by Harry Connick Jr.? His song "He is, They are" echoes similar thoughts. Definitely worth a listen. Nice poem on your part!
Comment by Andrew Schultz on August 8, 2009 at 2:18am
*sniff* I feel so proud. My first post and it gets a weekly round up mention!
Comment by Robert Disque on August 3, 2009 at 10:17pm
You could put that to a soulful jazzy beat. It would be great.

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