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Poems About: FATHERS

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  • 325.
    Not a Father’s Son

    When I was born
    You were forlorn.
    I was not a father’s son. read more »

    Theresa Ann Moore
  • 326.
    lost father

    he will never say im there
    never be able to say i care
    as i grow and change through the years
    i will never know what it is like read more »

    shannon willner
  • 327.
    A Father's Love

    The love of a father
    Use to mean so much to me
    It use to give me comfort
    Like a tree to a leaf read more »

    Anthony Darby
  • 328.

    How can you see this world colliding
    And no one can do anything about it.
    Why let them starve and watch them die read more »

    Alex Not Telling
  • 329.
    Some Nights

    And some nights when I'm alone I still pray
    because I'm afraid of hell
    And some nights when I'm in bed I lie awake
    because I'm afraid of hell read more »

    Joshua Cutts
  • 330.
    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 »

    Dr John Celes
  • 331.

    mELVIN BANGGOLLAY read more »

  • 332.
    Father's Day

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

    James Tyler
  • 333.
    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 »

    Mahfooz Ali
  • 334.
    Just a Problem

    Just a smart girl
    Just a athletic boy
    Just a single mother
    Just a working father read more »

    Lizzie Magalen
  • 335.


    O God Almighty, Our Father in Heaven,
    Let go with the wind the foe’s threats; read more »

    Janri Gogeshvili
  • 336.
    Father Joe Murphy

    When i was a Schoolboy Father Joe Murphy was a young man
    I recall him and his Brothers Doney and the late Johnny Dan
    And though of my existence he hardly would know
    One cannot help but remember the great Father Joe. read more »

    Francis Duggan
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