Fathers Day Poem

Father-in-Law Father's Day Poem

I just wanted to write a poem letting my father in law know what he means to me

What My Father-In-Law Means To Me

© Candi Dudley
If I had to do my life over
I'd chose you to be my dad.
I love you and honor you:
You take all of my sorrows away.
I am happy to call you my dad and
am proud to be your daughter-in-law.
There were times when we disagreed.
But you still mean the world to me.
Your love has always been pure;
You've treated me as your own.
You've always taken me as your real daughter,
instead of just saying daughter-in-law.
Even if it means losing you someday,
it will be worth all the tears in the end.
For you'll always be the sunshine when the
skies go grey.

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Published: Jun 2008

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