Poems About: FATHER
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337.Father's Day (4) (Making Lemon Into Lemonade)
My father beat my mother,
setting a very bad example.
But I did not follow that.
I love my wife very much. read more »U Win Kyi
by Alex Lewis
Today is Father's Day- read more »Alex Lewis
339.My Father's Not Mine
My father's flown across the boundaries,
To fight against our nation's enemies,
Don't know if he would be back on time,
Come and ask me that how was I, read more »Pronit Chatterjee
340.Father Joe Murphy
When i was a Schoolboy Father Joe Murphy was a young man
I recall him and his Brothers Doney and the late Johnny Dan
And though of my existence he hardly would know
One cannot help but remember the great Father Joe. read more »Francis Duggan
341.A Saying We Hear Often
A saying we hear often like father like son
It is only human when all is said and done
That the boy models himself on the behaviour of dad
More often than not for the good than the bad. read more »Francis Duggan
342.Oh Let Us Pray
Oh Father, oh Father
Come and take us by our hands
As we pray to you dear Father
For a cleansing across our land read more »norman hale
The small boy sits in the corner
waiting for his father into return.
He is afraid to move about,
He might be punished for that also. read more »Mahfooz Ali
And some nights when I'm alone I still pray
because I'm afraid of hell
And some nights when I'm in bed I lie awake
because I'm afraid of hell read more »Joshua Cutts
These are three little rhymes made up in 1998 fror home made 'Father's Day' cards that the kids and I made for their dad.
I'm wishing for my father,
(Who ain't really that bad) , read more »Lizzy Tomlinson
346.Just a Problem
Just a smart girl
Just a athletic boy
Just a single mother
Just a working father read more »Lizzie Magalen
347.MY FATHER'S LEGACY TO ME
MY FATHER'S LEGACY
mELVIN BANGGOLLAY read more »MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
Oh Father, who am I to complain?
I worry so much of the time here in my comfort zone.
All seems to be going wrong. I wish not to bother thee.
My friend Ann is moving on, as she should. read more »Marguerite Treon