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Fathers Day Poems

Poems are an excellent medium to convey your feelings, that too beautifully and artistically. So why not please your mentor with a heart melting fathers day poem this year. After all he is one person who you should appreciate and make him feel special this fathers day. Father is the strongest and the most trust worthy person for any child in this world. When we talk about father we remember those hands that have been there for us in every step of our life. From the first day when we start murmuring our words, he was recording our voice; the first toy was given by him, the first day in school, the first ride was experienced while holding his hands. There are plenty of such moments which we can remember and be thankful to him for supporting us and for being there for us every time.

So cherish his contribution in your life this day with some short and funny fathers day poems. He is the one who taught you lessons to live life and have been there for you in all your decisions. You can pay respect to him by sending him father’s day poem on the special occasion of Father’s day as this day is celebrated to cherish the moments and give respect to the greatest man of your life. Personalized these poems by doing some editing of your memories and my writing his name to make him feel special.

Fathers Day Poems

The following section is a compilation of various short and funny poems for fathers day. These happy fathers day poems from child will surely overwhelm your dad.

Popular Father’s Day Poems


  • Fathers Day Poem from Daughter
    A little girl needs Daddy
    For many, many things:
    Like holding her high off the ground
    Where the sunlight sings!
    Like being the deep music
    That tells her all is right
    When she awakens frantic with
    The terrors of the night.
    Like being the great mountain
    That rises in her heart
    And shows her how she might get home
    When all else falls apart.
    Like giving her the love
    That is her sea and air,
    So diving deep or soaring high
    She’ll always find him there
  • Life Lessons- by Joanna Fuchs
    You may have thought I didn’t see,
    Or that I hadn’t heard,
    Life lessons that you taught to me,
    But I got every word.
    Perhaps you thought I missed it all,
    And that we’d grow apart,
    But Dad, I picked up everything,
    It’s written on my heart.
    Without you, Dad, I wouldn’t be
    The (woman)(man) I am today;
    You built a strong foundation
    No one can take away.
    I’ve grown up with your values,
    And I’m very glad I did;
    So here’s to you, dear father,
    From your forever grateful kid.
  • Father’s Day- By Mary Frances Bogle
    Over the years
    As we grow old,
    We remember our father
    So brave and bold.
    In the garden,
    Leaning on the plow,
    He would listen to me;
    I see him now.
    He would give advice
    And understand;
    He was always there
    To lend a hand.
    God made fathers
    Strong and firm,
    For he knew our lives
    Would have great concerns.
    So he gave us fathers
    To teach us to pray,
    And guide our lives,
    And show us the way.
    So on his day
    Let’s take the time
    To say “Thanks, dad.
    I’m glad you’re mine.”
  • I want to be just like you- By Joanna Fuchs
    In a time when fathers are totally absent,
    gone most of the time,
    or physically present but mentally distracted,
    you are there for me—
    looking at me, listening to me
    understanding me, talking with me.
    You make time for me
    even when it’s inconvenient for you.
    You make me feel important to you.
    I learn from you when you teach me,

    when I watch you do things,
    and when I observe you
    just being you—a terrific father.
    Every affectionate smile you give me,
    every pat on the back, every hug
    shows me you love me,
    that you’re proud of me.
    These are things I’ll remember
    to do for my own kids.
    You’re a great role model, Dad.
    I want to be just like you.
  • Fathers Can Be Solitary Mountains 
    Fathers can be solitary mountains,
    All their love rock-like, steep, and strong.
    Though warm and caring, somehow they belong
    Halfway home to mothers’ bubbling fountains.
    Each of us needs love that knows no quarter,
    Reminding us of bonds that cross a border,
    Strengthening our sense of right and wrong.
cal June 2, 2022 at 12:22 pm

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