Fathers Poems - Poems For Fathers

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  • 217.
    Did It Prevent Your Sun Kissed Dreams?

    Father that sundial, is it death…
    Is it Father - the hand of death?
    Is it the sword that cuts short a bird's flight?

    'Child, we're all adjacent, the window of life.

    The window of light…'

    O' Father is it a guillotine!
    Does it covert our breath…
    O' Father how, much, time
    Do we have? Left…

    'Child, we're all adjacent, the window of life.

    Until the bird in your soul, takes flight'.

    'Child, a question - answer your father this.
    Did it prevent your sun kissed dreams? Last night.' read more »

  • 218.
    No Martyrs in Nigeria

    To my grandmother,
    She is late
    And waiting at Heaven's gate
    When you get there mother read more »

  • 219.
    Father

    as father begs, the son in a compromise
    goes with him in that dome
    where there are candles
    some have already burned themselves read more »

  • 220.
    Kar

    I am a teacher but,
    Who said that i have no father? !
    For my mother is here and,
    I can tell you who my father is. read more »

  • 221.
    Lifelong Searches

    Wrecking havoc in lives of many families are women who use their
    children in dangerous games of power against their fathers.

    Where they ever got the idea that they were sole owners of their read more »

  • 222.
    IROGUIS PEAPLE

    MY HEAVENLY FATHER.
    MY CROPS HAVE ALL GROWN.
    ITS TIME FOR THE HARVEST,
    its time to go home. read more »

  • 223.
    Max Rosenthau

    Father Cleary sat at table with Max many a day
    But I don't think he rated a bounteous gift when Max came to visit
    Both were guests in the great house acrosss the street of youth
    Father for years and Max for yearly one week stints. read more »

  • 224.
    Sonnet: Father’s Day

    Today is Father’s Day in India;
    Not many know about this lovely day!
    How many wifes did greet their husbands, say?
    Neither did children of Himalaya! read more »

  • 225.
    Father's Day,2012

    O thank your dad for what you are today!
    In life, a pivotal role, he does play;
    ‘His contribution is priceless, ' let's say;
    Like mother, father gives bliss anyway! read more »

  • 226.
    I Wanna Know Who The Father Is

    Dark rewrite of the classic love song, I Wanna Know What Love Is

    I don't need no more time
    No more time to think it over read more »

  • 227.
    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 »

  • 228.
    Lost Innocence

    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 »

New Fathers Poems

  1. My Dear Father, Monesh Kumar
  2. The Father of My Country, Diane Wakoski
  3. An Unborn Daughter's Plea, Sameer Ahsan
  4. father's day, tsholofelo phakathi
  5. Love All Four, Clarence Prince
  6. I cannot, gajanan mishra
  7. Where Is My Father, gajanan mishra
  8. The War Game, Jaya Jaspal
  9. Moth, Nassy Fesharaki
  10. Father Is Here, gajanan mishra
  11. My Father-My Mentor, gajanan mishra
  12. Heavenly pleasure, gajanan mishra
  13. My father is a man, Phineas Molale
  14. O My Father, You Are Always Interested I.., gajanan mishra
  15. O My Father, You Are Always, gajanan mishra
  16. I Am Africa, Makabongwe Nkambule
  17. Father's, jasmine dugas
  18. Our Father, Matthias Pantaleon
  19. My prayer to all, Pushkar Bisht
  20. My Father, My Hero, Amanda Huddleston
  21. A FATHER IS THE SOURCE OF PARADISE, Nicolas GRENIER
  22. My Father, BHUPENDRA SWARNAKAR
  23. REMEMBERING MY FATHER, Philo Yan
  24. Father's Mate, Ehimika Ehimigbai
  25. Father You, I And He, sunny Munera Managan
  26. Oft saw my dad cry (to dad), David Whalen
  27. Gone, Quincy Palamar
  28. To The Best Father Ever, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  29. For Fathers On Father's Day, Clarence Prince
  30. Fatherly Love, Abdul Wahab
  31. Mom Said 'Remember Them', fate mcfate
  32. My father, Katinka Havermans
  33. The Supreme, Sri Chinmoy Ghose
  34. Rethink, gajanan mishra
  35. O FATHER I HAVE SINED, Joe Johnson
  36. Heir, gajanan mishra
  37. My father, gajanan mishra
  38. An Important News Bulletin, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  39. O Father O Father, Jessica lee Workman
  40. O Faher O Father, Jessica Lee Workman
  41. On His Father's Side, joses tirtabudi
  42. Happy Brithday Dad, kaliaha hogue
  43. I Have Been Friend To The Muse, Emmanuel George Cefai
  44. I'm Still My Father's Child, Sihle KaPhila Zulu
  45. The family tree, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  46. To be fanatic, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  47. Male parental hierarchy., Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  48. A Prayer for Dad (memorial day memorial .., Udiah (witness to Yah)
  49. Thank you Dad, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  50. Dear Father, Amir Khusro
  51. My father, bhupender swarnakar
  52. God of Wonder, Lisa Finney
  53. Healer of hearts, Lisa Finney
  54. Father, Waken, Daniel Richards
  55. # # Bastard Son's Story, Sonya Florentino
  56. No Father?, trulyyours cross
  57. As She Prayed [part 2], norman hale
  58. Chidren Of Abraham, raff rafael
  59. heaty god, otteri selvakumar
  60. Fathers Day (A reckless slaughter), Silent Speaker
  61. FATHER'S DAY REMINDER, JAMES T. ADAIR
  62. My Father Buried My Sister........Today, Pritisha Sardesai
  63. ‘FATHER”:, yeslin salazar
  64. In Prayer to You, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  65. Fathers hands, Melissa Hatch
  66. Father, Can you see me?, Rose Rosado
  67. What Kind Of Father Are You?, valentine white
  68. Honor Our Father! ! !, Patricia Martin
  69. the letter my father will never see, Sam Byron
  70. father, adean ladia
  71. My father, My father, Dakota Ellerton
  72. CRUSHED, Liv Mealone
  73. The Perfect Father, Debbie Bennett
  74. My Father Was A Loser, Tania Nuno
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