Poems About: FATHER
Poems on / about :
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49.FATHER'S DAY REMINDER
A mother's work is never done
A father's work is rarely appreciated or much fun
Time to let any bad feelings be undone
Father's day is coming....dear daughter or son read more »JAMES T. ADAIR
50.Male parental hierarchy.
My parents are two, grandparents four
And great grandparents, eight and so on.
I am known by my father, his father, read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
51.Honor Our Father! ! !
I remember when I was young,
My New Life with Christ, Just begun,
I became Born-again!
I'll Never forget that day, read more »Patricia Martin
Thus, upon the ground did my body walk
and across the lands did it roam and talk
but O father of my tearing eyes tell me now
what happened to the earth and my old folk read more »Taher Shemaly
53.Father And Son
Let me tell you all, a story
of father and son
who lived happily
before the conflicts begun read more »Arti Honrao
54.Father You, I And He
Yesterday, Today, Tummorrow
Was There I'll be here He'll be there
You gave me life, Life today I give, Tummorrow he'll be there. read more »sunny Munera Managan
55.Chidren Of Abraham
Our Father is the father of all fathers.
Our Father is Abraham’s Father.
Our Father is John’s Father.
Our Father is Joseph’s Father. read more »raff rafael
56.Father And Daughter
Father and daughter spend some quiet time together in the living room
Shining through the curtain is the sun
And outside is the glorious afternoon read more »Justin Gildow
57.REMEMBERING MY FATHER
I had a father,
Honest, strong principle,
I had a father,
Though not invincible, read more »Philo Yan
58.My Father, My Hero
On this planet lies my father
The one who loves me
The one who cares for me read more »Amanda Huddleston
59.Happy Brithday Dad
Some fathers are just father figures;
A real father is still very rare;
That’s why I value so highly
The father/son/daughter bond that we share. read more »kaliaha hogue
Born in her mothers whomb,
held so gently in fathers arms,
such grace and ease as a young third born child looks
up at the father with wide eyes and amazement, read more »Melissa Hatch