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He shot the largest deer that day,
When little Timmy looked at the picture,
Got him right between the eyes,
A trophy and a mounted head
He received as the first prize.
They took a lot of pictures at the hunt,
Though he received just one ...
He couldn't wait to bring it home
And show it to his youngest son.
A tear came to his eye,
"I'm really happy for you dad,
And I'm sorry if I cry."
"Gee, he must have been beautiful dad,
And I bet he sure could run ...
Just moments before he was roaming free,
‘Til you shot him with your gun."
"And suppose he had a little son
Who loved him as I love you,
There'd be no one to protect him now,
As only a father can do."
He thought to himself,
"What a wonderful boy!"
Then he turned and said to his wife,
"This trophy that I have in my hand
Will haunt me for the rest of my life.
Elaine V. Hall~
Copyright © 2000
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