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Posted by on May 23, 2013 in Hobby | 0 comments

Father’s Day Short Poems

A short poem can definitely be one of the best gifts that you can present to your father on this Father's Day.

Father’s Day is an excellent occasion to honor your father for that endless efforts he has place in. Much like a mother, a father also leaves nothing unturned for his kids. So, a day dedicated to fatherhood, gives us an appropriate chance to convey the love, care and concern to the father. Poetry is a good way of expressing like to the most influential person of your lifetime. Though there are different genres and kinds of poetry, one of the best of all of them is to say it with short poems. In minimal words, these poems perfectly articulate the love that a kid has for his/her father. This Father’s Day, convey your regards and gratitude for your father, using the short poems the following.

Father's Day Short Poems

Father’s Day Short Poems

Daddy I Love You

Daddy, I love you
For those that you do.
I’ll kiss you and also hug you
‘Cause you like me, too.
You feed me and want me
To teach you to play,
So smile ’cause I really like you
On this Father’s Day.

Our Fathers

Our fathers toil with hands and heart
To create our lives complete.
They quietly brave the wintertime cold,
Endure the summer heat.

Our fathers’ life is busy, but
There’s always here we are at us.
They boldly face the good and the bad
And seldom ever fuss.

Our fathers would be the greatest dads.
We know you realize this, too.
But appreciate the chance to share
Our passion for them with you.

My Dad

When I only agreed to be a tiny kid,
Do you remember when,
Time you kissed my bruises,
Or cleaned by soiled chin?

You scrambled for that balls I hit,
(Short-winded a lot more than not,)
Yet, every time we’d play a game,
You praised the “outs” I caught.

It seems like only yesterday,
You wiped away my tears,
And late at night I called your name,
To chase away my fears.

Though time has changed your handsome grip,
Hair is snowy white,
You gait’s just a little slower now,
Thick glasses help your sight.

Oh, do I thirst for years gone by,
To be that growing lad,
Re-living all of the memories,
Of growing with my dad.

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