Father and Child Poem

A succinct poem of beauty of a girl saying thank you to her daddy.

Daddy, I Love You

© Laura Phipps
You held me up when I was weak.
You hugged me close when tears I'd weep.
When things got hard, you pushed me through.
You always showed me you loved me true.
I know there were times I made you cry, and to this day,
I don't know why.
For without you, where would I be?
I am thankful God gave you to me.
Thanks Dad for you are one in a million.

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Published: Feb 2006

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  • I think this poem was beautiful it really touched my heart because every thing you said in that poem I did and that was true I love your poem with all my heart.

    Idalia marie Sterling Submitted Apr 2009
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  • This describes my dad very well!!! see I was in a foster home a while back and my dad was there he was in Florida, he was not my guardian at the time. And he got me plane tickets to live with him. I hated being in a foster home! The people are nice and caring. But I could not stop thinking about my dad. He cried because he did not know. I was the one who told him. He was there for me when I cried.and he has been there for me the whole time. I am so thankful for my dad I really don't know were I would be if I didn't have my dad!!!! I love him with all my heart I know he will forever and for always be there for me.

    hannah golembiewski Submitted Jun 2009
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  • This Poem is very cute. It matches my father and I perfectly. This poem has a lot of meaning! It's Beautiful

    Brandi, Cheyene WY Submitted Apr 2010
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  • this story touch me it reminds me of how me and my dad were but now he is gone its still very much the same
    beautiful =]

    Jasmine Submitted Apr 2010
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  • I remember many years ago, I was engaged to be married. A year before I was to be married, I was having problems getting along with my fiancι and his immediate family. My father wasn't happy about what was going on and left me alone. Finally, when I broke my engagement, he was there for me and was very sympathetic.

    Susan, Philadelphia PA Submitted Jun 2010
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  • I was really touched with this charming poem. the language is simple, but the words are meaningful, showing great sympathy to fatherhood.

    Rida, Jerusalem Submitted Jun 2010
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  • I really loved this poem. All daughters who have that perfect Daddy will surely agree with me. My Father's love is infinite. I am what I am because of him and my mother. A child who grows up without a good father does miss out a lot in life. We all have just one Dad so we should always remember to show our love for our Dad. The word ''Daddy'' itself is a five-letter word and in Indian classical dance which I have learnt, there is a hand gesture - ''mudra'', as it is known in the ancient language of our scriptures which shows the five fingers joining in a symbol of strength. So, my father is my strength and I have learnt so much from him, none of can be taught in any classroom or read in any textbook. Love you Daddy!

    Sarita Wariyer, Bangalore India Submitted Jun 2010
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  • Beautiful poem, really does emphasize the meaning of the word ''Dad''.
    I don't have a dad but I do miss him, I've grown up without a Dad and I have missed out A LOT in life.
    To all of those who do have a Dad in their life, please cherish the moments and Thank God for giving those precious moments to you
    God Bless All Your Dads xx

    United Kingdom Submitted Aug 2011
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  • This is such a great poem! It reminds me of my Dad even though he left when I was one and a half, LOVE YOU DADDY <3 xxx

    Paris, Sydney Australia Submitted Apr 2012
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  • I love this poem. When I send my dad this to him in a letter .... It made his day.! I love this poem! I love this poem :) !

    Julianna Submitted May 2012
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  • I love this poem my dad passed away 2 days ago and I am very proud to have called him. My father <3 my name is Brandon Cameron and I'm 14 years and to all those kids out there who have their father tell him you love him everyday because you may not have him one day <3

    Brandon Cameron, Ottawa Ontario Submitted Aug 2012
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  • I love your poem. I have never experienced a father's love...I've always longed to experience a father's love. But I'm grateful to God that He has never forsaken me.

    South Africa Submitted 5/11/2013
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