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Father's Day

Father’s Day Poems

these three Father’s Day poems with them.

1.    Life Has a Meaning by Kumarmani Mahakul

We think forever for salvation,

We cannot live in separation.

Father is great solves situation,

Continuous is human migration.


While we come we see garden,

Man becomes here its warden.

We cannot escape from work,

We have to walk in row of murk.


Life has its own meaning here,

We have to live in time in cheer.

Fear we do not we think again,

In joy and grief we do remain.


Pain we wash with water nice,

Here we read book we see thrice.

Ice melts by getting sun rays sure,

By his wisdom we become pure.


Nature is such beautiful narration,

Life has a meaning and celebration.

Glory of father we sing in adoration,

Father of heaven gives love vibration.


2.    Silent, Strong Dad by Karen K. Boyer

He never looks for praises.

He’s never one to boast.

He just goes on quietly working

For those he loves the most.

His dreams are seldom spoken.

His wants are very few,

And most of the time his worries

Will go unspoken, too.

He’s there…a firm foundation

Through all our storms of life,

A sturdy hand to hold onto

In times of stress and strife.

A true friend we can turn to

When times are good or bad.

One of our greatest blessings,

The man that we call Dad.


3.    Special Hero by Christina M. Kerschen

When I was a baby,

you would hold me in your arms.

I felt the love and tenderness,

keeping me safe from harm.

I would look up into your eyes,

and all the love I would see.

How did I get so lucky?

You were the dad chosen for me.

There is something special

about a father’s love.

Seems it was sent to me

from someplace up above.

Our love is everlasting.

I just wanted you to know

that you’re my special hero,

and I wanted to tell you so.

Making the Most of Father’s Day

The Father’s Day poems listed above convey a powerful message of love and appreciation for one of the most special people in your life. So be sure to pick your favorite and send it to your dad this Father’s Day.

You can read more wonderful poems over at our blog.

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