Dad

When I was 6,
Every one called me child.
When I was 16,
Every one called me teenager.
When I was 26,
Everyone called me young.
When I was 36,
Everyone called me adult.
When I was 46,
Every one called me Aged.
When I was 56,
Everyone called me I became old lady.
But there is only one person,
Who told me that?
“I am still his Princess”
It’s My “Dad”

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