Poems About: FATHERS
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Then am fathered read more »abbas abubakar
122.Come Home, Father!
SONG OF LITTLE MARY,
Standing at the bar-room door
While the shameful midnight revel read more »Henry Clay Work
123.(240) Thank You Father -Prayer For A Healing
Father, first of all know how much I love you and appreciate you
in my life. Father you never leave me, always there to see me
through. This week Father you were ever present in not only my
life but that of my daughter and I thank you for what you did for read more »Melvina Germain
My father gave me these hands
and his fathers fathers father read more »Daryl Hennix
i read more »BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
126.The Corner Stone (For Father's Day)
The father is the source of strength of his family.
He can weather storm in order to protect them.
He will endure rain or shine to provide his love ones.
He is always ready to give his support and guidance all the time. read more »Emelita C. Smith
127.*(Hide and seek) *
My father gets the wooden stick
he counts from five
i run and hide... read more »Allen Steble
128.Hymn for Atonement Day
Lord, Your humble servants hear,
Suppliant now before You,
Our Father, from Your children's plea
Turn not, we implore You! read more »Yehudah HaLevi
129.Real Life Tale Of An Ungrateful Daughter
an ungrateful poor daughter blames her father
her mother sad died thirty-two long years ago
her mother did not choose to suffer illness die
was not mother’s fault choice to daughter leave read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
130.THIS IS SPECIAL BIRTHDAY FOR MY GRANDFATHER FATHERCOURTNEY ROBINSON
131.Prayer of a Father
our generation of children are going astray
to hung down pants and children
who don’t want to obey
some mothers are there read more »Yolonda Lee
132.Caring medicos! (A funny story)
Santa took his elderly father to a nursing home to check it out. He sat his father down on a sofa in the main aisleway and went to talk with the administrators.
Santa`s father started to tilt slowly toward the left.
A Doctor came by and said, 'Let me help you.'
The Doc piled several pillows on the left side of Santa`s father so he would stay upright. Santa`s father started to tilt slowly to the right. An orderly noticed and put several more pillows on his right side to keep him upright. Santa`s father started to lean forward when a nurse came by and piled several pillows in front of him. About this time, Santa returned. Santa, 'Well, Dad, isn`t this a nice place.' read more »Edwin Drood