Father's Day Poem

Poem About Love For A Deceased Father

Father's Day can be hard when our father has passed away. This poem is dedicated to my dad.

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Father's Day In Heaven


Published: June 2014

I love you and I miss you, Dad,
and though you've passed away,
you'll never be forgotten,
for I think of you each day.

If heaven celebrates this day
how special it will be.
A gathering of the many dads
upon our family tree.

Your father and grandfather
and great grandfather too.
How wonderful it is, if they
can spend this day with you.

May you know how much I love you,
though I'm here and you are there.
Happy Father's Day in heaven
to the best dad anywhere!

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  • by Roy A. Soden
  • 9 months ago

We lost our Dad in 2002. He lived with me and my family for seven months before passing on. We really thank God for those seven months. His impact on the entire family was truly a blessing. I miss you and love you very, much DAD. ~Butchie

  • by Gwendolyn
  • 9 months ago

This poem truly says what is in my heart...I really miss my dad. Even though he passed away many years ago, special memories forever live on in my heart. I was an only child and he was my hero and the love of my life.

  • by Maria
  • 9 months ago

Fathers are gifts from God. I realized that it feels better knowing our fathers never leave us since they live in our genes...

  • 1 year ago

Lovely sentiments! Very well expressed. I lost my dad in 1991, and there's not a day goes by without me thinking of him. He had a profound influence on me, and I love him for it.

  • by Ron, New Ulm
  • 2 years ago

My dad passed in 2009. He was stern, but loved us and gave us all we needed. Not all we wanted. He worked hard, sometimes 7 days a week, 18 hour days. I miss you dad. We love you.

  • by Kat, Chicago
  • 2 years ago

That's lovely and it brings someone so special to mind! Thank you.

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