FATHERS POEMS

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  • 13.
    my father moved through dooms of love

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    my father moved through dooms of love
    through sames of am through haves of give,
    singing each morning out of each night
    my father moved through depths of height

    this motionless forgetful where
    turned at his glance to shining here;
    that if(so timid air is firm)
    under his eyes would stir and squirm

    newly as from unburied which
    floats the first who,his april touch
    drove sleeping selves to swarm their fates
    woke dreamers to their ghostly roots

    and should some why completely weep
    my father's fingers brought her sleep:
    vainly no smallest voice might cry
    for he could feel the mountains grow.

    Lifting the valleys of the sea
    my father moved through griefs of joy;
    praising a forehead called the moon
    singing desire into begin

    joy was his song and joy so pure
    a heart of star by him could steer
    and pure so now and now so yes
    the wrists of twilight would rejoice

    keen as midsummer's keen beyond
    conceiving mind of sun will stand,
    so strictly(over utmost him
    so hugely) stood my father's dream

    his flesh was flesh his blood was blood:
    no hungry man but wished him food;
    no cripple wouldn't creep one mile
    uphill to only see him smile.

    Scorning the Pomp of must and shall
    my father moved through dooms of feel;
    his anger was as right as rain
    his pity was as green as grain

    septembering arms of year extend
    yes humbly wealth to foe and friend
    than he to foolish and to wise
    offered immeasurable is

    proudly and(by octobering flame
    beckoned)as earth will downward climb,
    so naked for immortal work
    his shoulders marched against the dark

    his sorrow was as true as bread:
    no liar looked him in the head;
    if every friend became his foe
    he'd laugh and build a world with snow.

    My father moved through theys of we,
    singing each new leaf out of each tree
    (and every child was sure that spring
    danced when she heard my father sing)

    then let men kill which cannot share,
    let blood and flesh be mud and mire,
    scheming imagine,passion willed,
    freedom a drug that's bought and sold

    giving to steal and cruel kind,
    a heart to fear,to doubt a mind,
    to differ a disease of same,
    conform the pinnacle of am

    though dull were all we taste as bright,
    bitter all utterly things sweet,
    maggoty minus and dumb death
    all we inherit,all bequeath

    and nothing quite so least as truth
    --i say though hate were why men breathe--
    because my Father lived his soul
    love is the whole and more than all read more »

  • 14.
    Come Home, Father!

    'Tis The
    SONG OF LITTLE MARY,
    Standing at the bar-room door
    While the shameful midnight revel read more »

  • 15.
    The Wreck of the Golfer

    It was the Bondi golfing man
    Drove off from the golf house tee,
    And he had taken his little daughter
    To bear him company. read more »

  • 16.
    # # Bastard Son's Story

    I stand before you Father,
    but you refuse to see
    Oh dear Father, have I fallen from the tree
    of your good grace, our last embrace read more »

  • 17.
    Our Fathers of Old

    Excellent herbs had our fathers of old--
    Excellent herbs to ease their pain--
    Alexanders and Marigold,
    Eyebright, Orris, and Elecampane-- read more »

  • 18.
    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 »

  • 19.
    Priest at the Serapeum

    My dear old father,
    who always loved me the same;
    my dear old father I lament
    who died the day before yesterday, just before dawn. read more »

  • 20.
    (670) A Prayer For David Harris

    Father God, I come to you again this morning to ask for your
    help. Lord one of poem hunters precious writers David Harris
    is in a hospital bed after having several small strokes. I thank
    you Father for not allowing the big one to touch him. read more »

  • 21.
    (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 »

  • 22.
    My Father, With His Arthritic Hands

    My father, with his arthritic hands
    Closes his door, picks up the bow
    Tucks the bit under his chin
    Tunes it real low read more »

  • 23.
    *(Hide and seek) *

    My father gets the wooden stick
    he counts from five
    i run and hide... read more »

  • 24.
    My Father-in-Law and I

    MY father-in-law is a careworn man,
    And a silent man is he;
    But he summons a smile as well as he can
    Whenever he meets with me. 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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