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Cha chúng tôi (Our Fathers)

15/06/201822:08(Xem: 1769)
Cha chúng tôi (Our Fathers)

 happy father day



Cha chúng tôi

 

Cha chúng tôi rất nhọc nhằn

Tay luôn làm lụng, tâm hằng lo toan

Tạo cho cuộc sống chu toàn

Chúng tôi được hưởng bình an vô cùng.

Dù Đông buốt giá lạnh lùng,

Dù Hè nóng nực oi nồng cháy da

Cha làm việc, chẳng nói ra

Âm thầm chịu đựng để mà nuôi con.

 

Dù đời bận rộn dập dồn

Cha luôn tạo dịp để còn thời gian

Bên con tình cảm chứa chan

Coi thường mọi chuyện chẳng than vãn gì

Vui buồn, sướng khổ sá chi

Cha thường bất chấp, thịnh suy vững lòng.

 

Cha chúng tôi thật vô song

Quả là vĩ đại ở trong cõi đời

Biết rằng các bạn rõ rồi

Chúng tôi vẫn phải ngỏ lời cám ơn

Tạ lòng bạn vì tình thân

Đã cùng chia xẻ, dự phần ngợi ca

Tình Cha con thật mặn mà

Chúng tôi đều rất yêu Cha nồng nàn.

 

Tâm Minh Ngô Tằng Giao

(chuyển ngữ)

happy father day



Our Fathers


Our fathers toil with hands and heart
To make our lives complete.
They quietly brave the winter cold,
Endure the summer heat.

Our fathers' lives are busy, but
There's always time for us.
They boldly face the ups and downs
And seldom ever fuss.

Our fathers are the greatest dads.
We know you know this, too.
But thank you for the chance to share
Our love for them with you.

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