Daughter Poem

Short Poem From A Dad To Daughters

There's nothing I'm more proud of in life than my daughters, Brittany and Kolby. I don't know of any greater achievement in life than raising children, and I especially feel blessed to have been able to father two daughters. There's a special bond between a father and his daughters that goes much deeper than just love. Turmoil and time have tested that bond on several occasions, and I now believe that bond is stronger than ever. I love you girls! -Dad.

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This poem really has a lot to say, and in it, I think I can feel a parent's struggle: to care for their children, but also to know when to let them go. And acknowledging that. This really...

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Don't Float Away

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Published by Family Friend Poems July 2010 with permission of the author.

You float on the spring winds that blow,
and cause the morning sun to glow.

You are the warmth of a summer's day,
and the softness of an autumn rain.

You are on my mind each day and night,
you are my beautiful butterfly.

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  • 6 years ago

This poem really has a lot to say, and in it, I think I can feel a parent's struggle: to care for their children, but also to know when to let them go. And acknowledging that. This really encouraged me, because I am a daughter and although our parents may not always say it, they speak their love through actions - but this was a beautiful reminder. So thank you.

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