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Cinquain Dad Poems | Cinquain Poems About Dad

These Cinquain Dad poems are examples of Cinquain poems about Dad. These are the best examples of Cinquain Dad poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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Mr Peabody


              Mr. Peabody
            smartest being
athletics, technological discoveries
 loving father, tutor, good friend
                   dog

Copyright © Vo Amour Adelle Lao | Year Posted 2014


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What's In A Father

father
a provider
provides help and advice
with love and trust to carry us
daddy

a man
lovable to a blinding fault
giving us a right path
a protector
adult

Copyright © Samantha DeWitt | Year Posted 2015

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The Long Goodbye

Dad forgets. The Long Goodbye, Alzheimer’s cruel grip will not release his gentle mind. He does not know me and still he remains ever trapped in the long goodbye. Dad has gone!
June 12, 2017 For contest: New Form, The Bell Sponsored by: John Anderson

Copyright © Dean Wood | Year Posted 2017