James Tyler


Father's Day Poem by James Tyler


Who is my father?
He’s a star in my life.
He keeps my in line,
And keeps me out of strife.

Who is my father?
He’s one hell of a stud.
He’s a chef of the BBQ,
And I’m one of his buds.

Who is my father?
He’s the all-star player,
He’s El Capitano,
And monster-under-the-bed slayer

Who is my father?
He tucks me in at night,
He reads me a story,
And we never fight

Who is my father?
He’s a mechanic of toys.
He’s there when I need him,
And I’m one of his boys.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Edited: Friday, September 24, 2010

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  • Rookie Mo. (6/30/2007 3:03:00 PM)

    ''That's being a father''
    Even if some are not one,
    As long they're around.
    To me that's what counts! (10) (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Tracey Collins (9/26/2006 6:01:00 PM)

    It`s nice to have your father thier for U, and U be one of his boys...A father son relationship is the best.....Nice rite..... (Report) Reply

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