Loss of Father Poem

Poem Remembering Father

My father was the dearest person to my heart. He passed away after suffering from leukemia while I was still in med school. His memory will always be in my heart and soul. Hope you enjoy my poem. Thank you.

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My Father

Shahinaz Soliman © more by Shahinaz Soliman

Published by Family Friend Poems June 2015 with permission of the Author.

My dad, I miss you every day
My greatest love, my hero
My best memories in every way

The greatest man I knew
In every moment of my life I do remember you
I remember your strong yet tender features
I remember you as a role model and a great teacher
I remember looking up to you, jumping, hopping, and feeling safe

I always hid behind your existence
You taught me about patience and persistence
I felt safe, secure, and never worried when you were around
I always knew with you I was standing on a solid, safe ground

I remember your tear when I read for you my first poem
I remember when you waited for me after my late classes till I came home
I remember your daily hard work, dedication, and tender care
I remember all the love, fun, and thoughts that we used to share

I wanted you to be proud of me
I wanted to be the daughter that you wanted to see
I made sure everything I did was what you would approve
I am purely your daughter, there is nothing more to prove

My children hear about you every day
They always ask me why grandpa didn't stay
I tell them he is in heaven now, looking and praying for us somehow
I love you so much, my dad, your memory will always be alive
I love you so much, my dad, your words and wisdom will always survive

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ABOUT THE POET:

I am a free soul who wants to express her thoughts and feelings. I am a physician who heals herself by writing a poem, I have been doing this since I was 9 years old.
Thank you for allowing me to share my poems with you♥️

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