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  1. Becoming A Dad

    Old women say that men don't know
    The pain through which all mothers go,
    And maybe that is true, and yet
    I vow I never shall forget

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  3. He's My Dad

    My Father Was A Hardworking Man

    Muddy boots and overalls, he stood about six two
    He was a country bumpkin; hard work was what he knew
    A carpenter, a roofer, a jack of many trades
    Countless hours of hard labor with not much time to play

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  4. My Father, My Friend

    Appreciation For Dad

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    For my father, my friend,
    This to me you have always been.
    Through the good times and the bad,
    Your understanding I have had.

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    I love this poem. My papa is the masterpiece of God as my father. I have seen him in pain when I was suffering, and he had suffered much more than me to get me out. In those horrible days,...

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  6. My Daddy

    Dad Poem From Daughter

    I sit and look back to how far I can remember,
    And you are always there next to me.
    Each and every day you were helping me grow up,
    And making me be the best that I can be.

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    I really loved this poem. It's very touching and helpful because my dad's not here, but he is always in my heart. It helps me when he's gone.

  7. To My Father

    Love And Support Of A Father

    There was a time
    When not so long ago
    A newborn had cried her first tear
    As she entered into a strange new world.

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    Awesome. I just love it! It's awesome, and I'm speechless.

  8. 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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  10. Father

    • By Taraw-81
    • Published: April 2019
    Lessons From A Father Acrostic Poem

    Facing some of the toughest times in life
    Always seem a little easier with someone by your side
    Two has always been better than one.
    He taught me that and taught me how to have fun.

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  11. My Father

    My Father Is My Role Model

    You are the one who held me tight,
    Rocked my cradle all through night,
    Cuddled me dearly when I was in fright.
    Oh Pa, you will always be my shining knight.

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  12. 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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  13. At The Bottom Of The Bottle

    • By Emily Olivo
    • Published: April 2008
    How To Love An Alcoholic Father

    At the bottom of the bottle
    his feelings won't show.
    He'll let no one know
    the feelings he hides.

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