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  1. Though I'm Gone I Feel Your Love

    • By Steven M. Hollifield
    • Published: February 2006

    To my dear family,
    I'm sending this from above,
    That even though I'm gone from earth,
    I can still feel your love, ...

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    I LOVE THIS POEM. I have no words to express my feelings. I lost my heart I lost my life I lost everything. I remember my dad who passed away almost four year ago. Aug 24 2010, when I was...

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  3. To Be Daddy's Girl Again Someday

    • By Katherine Cannon
    • Published: February 2006

    Feeling lost without him
    Feeling empty too
    I used to be my daddy's girl
    This I know was true....

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    I'm so sorry for your loss. Your story really touched my heart today. I am separated from my daughter now and I am sad everyday. She is 17 and I send her cards and letters. But I wish I could...

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  4. Friendship With Dad

    Not many people can say
    they have a true friend
    Someone that stands by your side
    and shows devotion with no end...

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  6. Little Palms

    • By Nick a.k.a. Daimon A. Koivisto
    • Published: February 2006

    One day a teardrop will fall from the sky
    And on that day, out of joy, I will cry
    Within my arms I'll hold you tight
    And as you open your eyes to me you'll know everything will be alright...

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    • Rating 4.39
  7. 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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    P.D.J. - 1 January 2020 20:01
    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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  8. Dad

    • By JOEY ONSUREZ
    • Published: July 2007
    Poem About Being Richer Than A Millionaire

    Today a great man died.
    He wasn't a world leader, a famous doctor, a war hero or even a great sports figure.
    He was no business tycoon and you would never see his name in the fortune 500.
    But he was one of the greatest men who ever walked this earth, he was my dad.

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  10. Always Together

    • By Nate Burrage
    • Published: February 2006


    A long time ago I met this gal
    I had to be with some way, some how.
    Falling in love so intensively,...

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  11. The Summer Of Two Thousand And Three

    • By Bob Pollard
    • Published: February 2006

    My Cinderella is only three.
    We were best friends in two thousand and three.

    She calls me B Bob. I picked that name because it was easy for a little girl to say....

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    This just about made me cry. As a daughter of divorce at a very young age, I am nearly certain my father would weep. I have always thought of how terrible the pain of seeing the woman you...

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  12. I Want You To Know, My Father

    • By Kacie Christie
    • Published: April 2009

    As a young Child you held my hand and wiped away my tears.
    You saw me through some difficult years and watched me grow with the years.
    You spoke of love and life and dreams and helped to ease my fears.
    I want you to know, my Father, it's admiration and love in my tears....

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    This poem is Great, You reminded me of my father and I am missing him soooo much every second in my life.. Thanks

  13. 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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