Poems About: FATHERS
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277.Hallelujah: A Sestina
A wind's word, the Hebrew Hallelujah.
I wonder they never gave it to a boy
(Hal for short) boy with wind-wild hair.
It means Praise God, as well it should since praise read more »Robert Francis
278.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 »Rudyard Kipling
279.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 »Andrew Barton Paterson
280.An Unnecessary Death
On November 11th,1918, at 11 in the morning,
Two men were arguing.
One was a father, one was his son. read more »Cassandra Jasmine
281.Father Poetry: A Fathers Tribute
They are strong read more »Loyd C. Taylor
282.define a fathercynthia Routen
283.My unconditional love
There is no one greater than my father in my eyes
He calls me in the morning
Just to tell me that he was dreaming about me
And woke to pray for me read more »Mitta Xinindlu
284.(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 »Melvina Germain
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 »Sir Rabindranath Tagore
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 »Dr John Celes
My fathers lived on savannah
And sheltered in a tree
But all their wisdom, handed down
Still applies to me. read more »Don Pearson
I heard their call in the far land
But I will not respond
Their deeds I will not look at before rising
Their accusations and murmurs however whack me in the face read more »Nii Ayi Solomon