In this page, poems on / about “fathers” are listed.

  • 313.
    (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 »

  • 314.
    (984) A Sunday Prayer of Thanks

    Dear Father in Heaven, today I'm not going to ask anything of you.
    I want to praise you Lord and give thanks for all that you do.

    As of late Father I've asked you for many blessings and you have granted many of them Father. You helped my daughter find her way and open a wonderful art shop, oh Lord I thank you. You kept my children out of harms way Lord and showed my grandson the error of his ways bringing him back on track Lord, I thank you. You granted my grandson, my daughter and myself a trip to Nova Scotia this year Lord, I thank you Father. You made sure my mother isn't suffering with her leg Father. You saw to it that David Harris came home from the hospital and is recovering nicely, I thank you Father. You took care of some issues for my friends Shelley and her new husband Michael Lord, I thank you. read more »

  • 315.

    You say that father write a lot of books, but what he write I don't
    He was reading to you all the evening, but could you really
    make out what he meant? read more »

  • 316.
    Sonnet: Like Father, so Son

    A father loves that son, who most obeys,
    And maintains sense of values in his life,
    And tends to parents when old, in last days,
    With faith in God, unswerving, amidst strife. read more »

  • 317.
    My Father Died

    In the middle of the summer,
    when I was twenty-two
    and wore sneakers with no socks
    and was growing my first beard, read more »

  • 318.
    A Father Image 11

    Every time I ponder in solitude
    re-evaluates my innermost attitude
    no reason I can give to rationalize
    every bit of me is sort personalize read more »

  • 319.
    The Fathers

    Our fathers all were poor,
    Poorer our fathers' fathers;
    Beyond, we dare not look.
    We, the sons, keep store read more »

  • 320.
    A freedom fighter

    A respected man he is
    A loved man he is
    For his doings, for what he did
    Yes he is a freedom fighter read more »

  • 321.
    dead relationship

    what is this relationship with a dead father
    what are these offerings to a dead father
    what is this for?
    whom is it for? read more »

  • 322.
    Father(less) Day

    Father(less) Day
    by Alex Lewis

    Today is Father's Day- read more »

  • 323.

    mELVIN BANGGOLLAY read more »

  • 324.
    What is a father?

    A father is there when you say the special words, daddy……
    He’s there when you take your first steps……
    A father is there through the storms………
    He’s always there to keep you warm… read more »

New Fathers Poems

  1. Salute your Father, gajanan mishra
  2. An Unborn Daughter's Plead, Sameer Ahsan
  3. The Lord my God is One, Royston Allen
  4. Father's day, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  5. My father is no more, gajanan mishra
  6. father's day, tsholofelo phakathi
  7. Father is far higher, gajanan mishra
  8. Born Again, Aparna Chatterjee
  9. The shadow players, Muhammad Khalid
  10. Father's Day, Cece Chisolm
  11. Love All Four, Clarence Prince
  12. My Father My Muse (Bussokusekika), Edwin Tanguma
  13. I cannot, gajanan mishra
  14. The scholar, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  15. The Wreck of the Golfer, Banjo Paterson
  16. The Wreck Of The Golfer, Banjo Paterson
  17. Death, Rhimouna de blessed
  18. The Art Of Playing Dominoes, peter rodenby
  19. My Father Cuts a Furrow, chas garcia
  20. Where Is My Father, gajanan mishra
  21. The War Game, Jaya Jaspal
  22. Moth, Nassy Fesharaki
  23. Confessions Of A Broken Heart - Lindsay.., orous glam
  24. young mother, young father, Tiana Aldafaar
  25. karma.., veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  26. Fathers of Disastrous, Ajala Samuel Akindele
  27. A fairy tale, cris son.
  28. Anticipating his father, gajanan mishra
  29. Let Me Say You Son Of Demon, gajanan mishra
  30. Oh! Dear Father, Guenael Oristel
  31. The fugue of us, ah! it remains, Emmanuel George Cefai
  32. My Inlaws, umoh cyril
  33. Blackberry Picking, Emily 1 Krauss
  34. Yes, Sir., gajanan mishra
  35. My Father Oh My Father (Sedoka), Edwin Tanguma
  36. God’s Great love for Man, Dr John Celes
  37. What Are Graven Images In My Father's Ey.., Edwin Tanguma
  38. My Father Will Deceive You (Tanka), Edwin Tanguma
  39. Father Is Here, gajanan mishra
  40. Pa, Asif Andalib
  41. An Unnecessary Death, Cassandra Jasmine
  42. Thank You Lord, Owusu Ojay
  43. Oh my Father, Katellyne Rosalez
  44. A story about a daughter who married dis.., RIC S. BASTASA
  45. The Policeman Not of His Baap, Bijay Kant Dubey
  46. Forget not father, gajanan mishra
  47. Fathered, abbas abubakar
  48. My Father-My Mentor, gajanan mishra
  49. there was no dance with my father, RIC S. BASTASA
  50. Father, O Father, gajanan mishra
  51. Heavenly pleasure, gajanan mishra
  52. My father is a man, Phineas Molale
  53. Not all Fathers will get a chance to cel.., Elena Plotkin
  54. Just For Fathers!, Clarence Prince
  55. Theft of Time, Kelvin Owusu
  56. O My Father, You Are Always Interested I.., gajanan mishra
  57. O My Father, You Are Always, gajanan mishra
  58. Grandma, where is my father?, Vishal Sharma
  59. I Am Africa, Makabongwe Nkambule
  60. Logical reasoning, Vishal Sharma
  61. Father, Vishal Sharma
  62. Father father, sabrina seriva
  63. O' father, Onalethuso Petruss Ntema
  64. Father's, jasmine dugas
  65. Our Father, Matthias Pantaleon
  66. My prayer to all, Pushkar Bisht
  67. Honor Your Father, Roxanne Dubarry
  68. There was no other way, Royston Allen
  69. run for life, Aiman Saleem
  70. Madness, Sand Mascarenhas
  71. Thou Art Just, Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
  72. How Can I Meet God?, Archana Kapoor Nagpal
  73. Men of Honor, Women of Virtue, Julius Odunusi
  74. My Father, My Hero, Amanda Huddleston
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