Father and Child Poem

The author talks about how special her father was to her.

My Father, My Dad

© Kathleen A. Sorbellini
Fathers, daughters, a timeless bond
Vaster than oceans, tranquil as ponds

My FATHER is gone
My DAD, will never leave
Intricate our relationship,
Our love, our own that we weave

Destroyed by the knowledge
My hero is gone
Knowing kept in my heart
He will always belong

Daddy, I love you
I wish you were here
Always, but always
Know in my heart, I keep you so dear

I miss you DADDY
And will love you forever
The strength of your love
Will hold us together

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Published: Feb 2006

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  • I lost my dad 9 months ago now and it is still hard for me to come to terms with the loss. This poem has given me great comfort especially as it is the first Christmas without him.

    Barbara Lorenz, U.K Submitted Dec 2011
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