Alliteration Dad Poems | Alliteration Poems About Dad

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African Allliteration

#What we want#

Dear Dada,

What we want is worth

Let love live, 

Peace perfect praise...

...Let long lasting law

rule round reign.

Copyright © Abdulhafeez Oyewole | Year Posted 2013


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Father

                                           Father
Father, who never cared
Father, who was never there
Father, who missed it all
Father, who caused me to fall
Father, who broke my heart
Father, who hated me from the start
Father, who missed his chance
Father, who will never see my last dance
Father, who said goodbye
Daughter, who is to strong to cry.

Copyright © Alexis Hogg | Year Posted 2015

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son I'm sorry

Son I'm sorry for what happened
My dream just ended
I'm sorry I bended 

I used to sit on the Back
where I didn't even open my Bag 
Pity me,I didn't listen to miss P when she begged

Son I'm sorry I brought you to Earth 
just to witness my foolishness Acts
Forgive daddy for he did not know that there will be facts.

 Son I'm sorry for what happened 
My wish just shuted 
I'm sorry I just blended 

 UNSUPPORTED CODE 

Copyright © Xihluke mlangeni | Year Posted 2015


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Speak No Evil Ten Word Challenge

Exuberant emotions abound as I pack siutcases...
Suddenly, the sonorous of my phone and doorbell sings.
Posh police stand outside with opulent badges. 
Father? Suicide? I disengage into a desultory demise.
Tears truck down my cracked city cheeks.
Halcyon hallucinations haunt my deplorable grief.
Some cloaked in cynical attitude give me no sympathy. 
My creeping crepuscular shadows lust to become dust.
I'm jealous of moon, for I feel in a penumbra prison.
Stalemate soul with visceral venom I cry for Father!

January 31st 2016

Copyright © Chantelle Anne Cooke | Year Posted 2016

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Who Cares

Who cares if I live or die
Or if I eat or not
Who cares what happens
When I miss my parents

Who cares if I hate or love
Or if I need someone
who cares if I’m alone
When I miss my parents

Who cares if I dream
Or if my dreams are sweet
Who cares what I dream
When I miss my parents

Who cares that I have daughters
And grandchildren too
Although I love them so
When I miss my parents

Who cares when I teach
I know my students do
Because I show them that I care
Even if I miss my parents

Copyright © Maria Elena Enriquez | Year Posted 2010

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Forgiveness For Ridiculous Reader

He had a darn, decent education
Though given to a prehistoric passion
So, when it came to reading prose
He thought he simply smelled like a rose

Now, he said he knew Jesus Christ Cornerstone
Jesus heard His name taken in vain (Not Jesus alone)
Why would writing well and well-roundedly
Of dead folk make him act so primitively?

Because he had never practised love at home
O there is love and sex, such as seen with everyone
But really listen and love, a language foreign to him
So the cycle continues: no love at home, none in the nation

Copyright © Anil Deo | Year Posted 2017