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  1. My Miracle Dad

    • By Crystal M. Deprey
    • Published: February 2006

    I know that I'm not perfect, and I'm sure you know that too,
    But it means the world to know that I can always talk to you.
    I am sure you didn't expect all this when you took me in to stay.
    But you still loved me enough that you did it anyway.

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  3. I Miss You Dad!

    • By Catherine Ulanday
    • Published: February 2006

    When I was a little girl,
    I can still remember our happy moments we shared together.
    People said that because I'm the only girl in the family, aside from my mom
    That I'm a spoiled brat, but I guess I'm not....

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    I lost my best friend. My whole entire world crashed before my eyes. My dad had a fatal heart attack (it's called the widow maker) in my mom's room. My mom...

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  4. Real Dad

    Though you're not his father as far as blood lines go,
    You are the only daddy this child will ever know.
    You've held his hand and guided his path,
    Creating a bond that forever will last....

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    A real dad is someone who sticks around to care for you. A biological dad is there when you’re born. I have a real dad now, and I am proud to call him my father.

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  6. What Is A Father

    • By Sally B. Williams
    • Published: February 2006

    A father is a person who loves and respects you.
    He is honest and he never neglects you.
    He is the greatest that your eyes will ever see.
    No other man like him will there ever be.

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    A father is a man who gives you enough room to make mistakes as you grow, crawl before you walk and watch you stubble along the way.

    He'll give you enough space to waddle in your...

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  7. The Power Of Love

    • By Erika N. Workman
    • Published: February 2006

    A heart so gentle
    A heart so pure
    A heart so broken
    There seems to be no cure...

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  8. Not Just Step Dad

    • By Erica Galleno
    • Published: February 2006
    Tribute To A Step-Dad Poem


    Having a father
    Is something not really known to me
    But you come the closest...

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    Step Dad....dad!

    You were more of a dad to me than a step dad.
    When I was two I would call you daddy, and as the years go by I grow up and soon to be an adult. you have taught me how to...

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  10. A Father So Tall

    • By Duel T. Lane
    • Published: February 2006

    A father is that special someone,
    Who seems so very tall;
    As he hold your hand in his,
    When you are oh so small;...

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  11. Ode To The Step-Dad

    • By Susan E. Winover
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem For A Step Dad

    Although you're not my birth Dad,
    You've loved me since I was small,

    The road has not always been easy,...

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  12. Gone

    • By Keyona S. Johnson
    • Published: February 2006
    My Daddy, My Life, My Love

    I could still smell his cologne,
    piercing my little nose,
    his touch was rough, but gentle,
    his strength was unbearable, but soft....

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    Hello Miss Keyona. I am also a daughter that grew up w/o a father beside me, to guide me & teach me everything that I should know from a father. I am so sad having no father figure in my...

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  13. Daddy, Where Are You?

    • By Kayla L. Drick
    • Published: February 2006

    All of a sudden, my legs felt like lead.
    When they told me, that he was dead.
    Is it really true?
    My years with him,...

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