Father Poem

This poem explains the love a father has for his children

A Father's Love

© Chris Ogden
The pleasure I gain
From being a Dad
Is down to my children
All three that I've had

The love that I cherish
For each one I hold
Their eyes give a sparkle
like flickering gold

I live for their presence
I'd die come what may
As the ground that they walk on
I worship each day

My love just grows stronger
Each day that goes by
I will love my three children
Till the day that I die

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Published: Jan 2009

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  • I was looking for a poem about my step-son's love for his three children, now that he and their mother are divorced, to put on a scrapbook page of him and the children, and this poem was exactly what I was looking for!!

    Mona K Submitted Dec 2010
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