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Haiku Dad Poems | Haiku Poems About Dad

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Dad

He has gone away...
When I look for him I see...
Nothing but green grass.

Copyright © Ashlee Tilford | Year Posted 2009

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Gone Fishing

barefoot and laughing

     dad and daughter fish off pier

bonding over bait




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Copyright © Darlene Gifford | Year Posted 2015

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Haiku 14 Eyes

      face, etched with deep lines
    dark sadness pools in the eyes
        lost in death . . . daughter





For all who have loved and lost



David Meade
Live Generously

Copyright © David Meade | Year Posted 2014

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What People Were and What People Are

People were
Many things.
Strange or not

People were
Different and
Odd and fun.

People were
Monsters but…
That’s not all

People were
And still are
Strange and odd.

People are
People. For
life is life. 

Yet not.
Not is lies.
Truth seeps from

Every mouth
Lies, lies, lies
Move, move, move

But somehow
Lies prevail.
Lies are life.

Lies are death.
Lies are homes.
Lies are pain.

Lies are truth.
Yet somehow.
Truth prevails.

Truth is life.
Truth is death.
Truth is home.

Truth is pain.
Truth is lie.
Truth is that.

Lies will die.
Lies will cease.
Nevermore.

Truth will live.
Truth will be.
Forever.

Copyright © Layla Elkoulily | Year Posted 2013

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My Only Garden

just the beer garden
the only garden I knew
finding my dad there

Copyright © Robert Heemstra | Year Posted 2013

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Eleven

     



       
Eleven 

Sad heart breaks in two.
A walk with pain, sorrow, death,
unbearable pain.
Daddy snatched away from her.
Scared, defenceless, eleven.

Copyright © gail gilbride bohle | Year Posted 2014

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Seen not Heard no More

Divorce has come
Mom and Dad no more
who do I listen to?

Copyright © Robert Heemstra | Year Posted 2015

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For Dad

Early morning light
The longest day of the year
I'll phone my father

Copyright © Jim Wilson | Year Posted 2009

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LITTLE DARLING

Darling cute angel
Darling dragonflies are all over from other directions!
By the cottage-rosary field my little one is all enjoy! 

Copyright © George Zamalea | Year Posted 2013

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COME SEPTEMBER MY HEART BLED

Darlingest baby 
I have found your Barby doll
your daddy's last gift


Fire,splinters,dust
Embedded in the first cell
Shattered rosy womb



Mom broke her promise
Daddy says  no she did not
She only loved you

Copyright © RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY | Year Posted 2014

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THE WATCHER

I guard … Ready
Looking at him sleeping
The night-start kiss keeps on!

Copyright © George Zamalea | Year Posted 2012

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LITTLE ONE

To what may I most worthily compare
The tinier, fatter fingers of this newborn?
To breathe of softness his delicate fingers
Which by one definition one is able
To swallow one by one like cherry-flower snow!

Copyright © George Zamalea | Year Posted 2012

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Father

The sun bitter cold
Down my cheek is tragedy
My soul sits in pain

Mind in dark shadows
Seeking last light perfect blooms
To make tangible 

Heart drifts with a cloud
Blemishes fade on the wind
He was perfection

Copyright © Amy Ferguson | Year Posted 2013

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Leaning on Dad

one thirty phone call
legless teenage son in need -
dad's taxi deployed

falling up the stairs
legless teenage son in need -
dad's support required

incoherent sounds
legless teenage son in need -
dad's patience tested

vomiting in bath
legless teenage son in need -
dad's memories stirred

falling out of bed
legless teenage son in need -
dad's muscles tested

sleeping in stupor
legless teenage son in need -
dad's constant vigil

long sleepless night
tired exhausted dad in need -
full day's work beckons

Ivor G Davies

Copyright © Ivor Davies | Year Posted 2016

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STILL LITTLE BEAUTIFUL

O sweet baby, so warm and fat
In the womb of nature,
Fight on still, and don’t give up
A life is waiting!

Copyright © George Zamalea | Year Posted 2012

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saying

Saying 
The sin of fathers…
Is their humanity 
We wanted them to be God 

Copyright © jan oskar hansen | Year Posted 2013

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Tampa Bay Fun

underway again
deep sea fishing with my dad
together again

Copyright © Robert Heemstra | Year Posted 2016

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Anniversary

Suicide today
Father's anniversary
Sad, still, soiled I am

Copyright © Chantelle Anne Cooke | Year Posted 2016

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My Family

Five long decade past
Two unique souls become one
Create nine off springs

Differ in nature
Attain success though deprive
Unjust ridicule

Loving father rest
Siblings help one another
Eldest do his part

Mother love persists
Take good care of her children
Struggle is normal

Teaching to be still
Poverty cant halt fulfillment
Happiness goes through

Everyone has choice
Take and finish course at once
Make each dream come true

Love and light in us
Sharing them all to mankind
Noble task to do.

Copyright © marvin celestial | Year Posted 2016

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Death of My Dad Haiku

Death of My Dad Haiku

If you were to see
Misery I had suffered
From death of my dad.

This truly happened.

Jim Horn

How do I enter it in Haiku contest?

Copyright © James Horn | Year Posted 2016

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A Desired Togetherness

Mom's deep sanctity
contrasted with daddy's shameless
immorality.

Four beautiful girls,
one handsome boy could have made
a great family.

Mom was a lovely
and religious woman who
taught us to love God. 

Dad was unkind to her,
and for our sake she remained
in a sad marriage. 

The lust he had for
his mistress took him away
from his five children.

What we all needed was
a desired togetherness,
that strong bond of trust.

Growing up was hard
with the absence of his love,
we felt so deprived.

More than my sisters,
his denial of affection
effected my outlook.

I lacked confidence,
the support other boys had,
I felt so unwanted.

I missed his warm hugs,
his laughter in my birthdays...
the pride in his son.     
 

Copyright © Andrew Crisci | Year Posted 2016