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  1. Daddy's Little Girl

    • By Tiffany N. Evans
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem To Father From Married Daughter

    As a child, I was daddy's little girl,
    To me,
    You hung the moon.
    You never really realize,

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  3. Special Dad

    • By Trinity Pratt
    • Published: May 2008
    Father's Day Poem To A Dad And A Friend

    My dad is very special,
    He's not just a dad but a friend;
    For he knows where there is a Difference,
    When one should start and the other end....

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    My dad is a fire-officer who loved his work very much but always had time for me. I always try to thank him, bless him, and tell him how special he is to me. By reading this poem, a strategy...

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  4. The Silent Honor In A Father's Goodness

    • By Joseph D. Jensen
    • Published: February 2006
    Father's Day Poem About Being a Hero

    This world has seen many fathers
    Who have performed many great and noble things.

    Strengthened a nation,...

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    I am not close to my dad. When I was a teenager, I and my dad used to have some misunderstanding. But I love him because he is my father. This poem will help me to show some appreciation to...

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  6. Dad, My Hero

    • By Morgan
    • Published: August 2008
    Father's Day Poem From A Child

    My Dad is my hero,
    my hero he is.
    I really think
    I'm his favorite kid....

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  7. Another Father

    • By Christina
    • Published: May 2008
    Poem About Dad Being There

    I sit here and daydream of
    my future and how it seems
    I can picture my wedding day
    my daddy walking me down the aisle ...

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  8. Father Like Care

    Your and mommy's love together had resulted into me
    All your traits are reflecting in my body if you carefully see
    Had you not supported throughout life would be nightmare
    No one in this world will give you a father like care

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  10. Loving Like A Daddy Can

    • By Shayna Montgomery
    • Published: February 2006

    Daddy, Daddy sit me on your knee.
    Together we will always be.
    Closest of friends,
    From beginning to end.

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  11. My Love, Our Daddy

    • By Lynda L. Hight
    • Published: February 2006

    Daddy can you guess who I am?
    You cried when I became
    Your first little man.
    We love to ride motorcycles...

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  12. To My Husband On Father's Day

    I can't call you my Father,
    And you're certainly not my Pop.
    I wouldn't call you PaPa
    Because to me you're certainly not.

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  13. I Never Want To Lose You

    • By Mark A. Smith
    • Published: February 2006
    Father's Day Poem From Son

    I grew up like most kids,
    Wishing to be like my dad,
    No matter what he did,
    Be it good or be it bad....

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    The poet has the same fears as I feel sometimes. If I were he, I would write the same thing what the poet wrote. But not in that impressive way as he did.

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