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Dad Ballad Poems

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

Premium Member She Knew How We Should Live Our Lives
Her mother should….
His dad should….
Those parents should….

She was full of advice
Old lady on the hill.
Unwavering pumiceous ideas oozed out of her

Her pores were full of...

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Categories: anti bullying, bullying, character,

My Sonshine
All I do all day is think about you & check your school app to see how your day is going, don't ever let anyone...

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Categories: black african american, black

Premium Member The 40 Year Plan verse 1
Verse 1
He was workin the bar, first job and a car
Dreams on a platter for him.
He played a guitar, knew he'd go far
But those payments...

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Categories: integrity, people,

Trials and Tribulations of a Real One
I think the Lord is trying to kill me & only true depressed people can feel me, the energy in my spirit is getting to...

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Categories: anxiety, baby, break up,

Too much
love was just another drug to you and I would hide it n my veins, you can hear it calling CAN'T you cause I can...

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Categories: black african american, black

Premium Member The Sad Tragic Tale of Dennis Lloyd Martin
His parents' worst nightmare that left them disheartened
is the sad tragic tale of Dennis Lloyd Martin

On a family outing at Cades Cove park
Dennis, his brother...

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Categories: dark, death, mystery, scary,

Blazing hot
Blistering my skin
Can’t tell you where I’m going
I can only tell you where I’ve been.

I’ve been in green meadows 
On a cool crisp morn

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Categories: death, environment, lost, soldier,

A Daddy's Prayer

Today you learned how to tie 
your shoes all by yourself.
It’s one more day that I’m 
so proud of you.
I’m counting the reasons 
why you...

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Categories: daughter, father daughter, grandfather,

The Old Bush Pub
The old bush pub has seen some times
I'll wager things were good
When all it was, was sheets of tin
and rough cut planks of wood

When cattlemen...

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Categories: places,

The Ballad Of Maddi

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Categories: addiction, america, anger, anxiety,

Premium Member Ballad of Smorgasbord Cat
Ballad of Smorgasbord Cat

Once upon a hot July night
Smorgasbord Cat was born, not right.
The only kitten born with clothes,
She came out wearing pantyhose.

Blue bellbottoms when...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Ballad of Darling
“Darling, My Darling, How are you sweet one?
It’s cold outside and gone is the sun.
I’ve heard the news that your father has died,
I can only...

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Categories: death, wedding,

Premium Member Ballad Of Little Arlene
She was lean, she was mean, a fighting machine.
Sixteen brothers had toughened her up.
She was secret woman, our little Arlene.
Raised on cold kerosene from a...

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Categories: ballad, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,

Premium Member The Ballad of Freddie and Flo
This is a story about Freddie and Flo.
They lived in Baltimore a long time ago.
It might be called a May-September romance
And shows how love can...

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Categories: humor,

Carl Ray
He sat in an old wooden porch swing,
Elbows on knees; Salem Menthol burning down.
Thinking, smoking, Salems his favorite thing.
Fingers colored over time a deep tar...

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Categories: dad, depression, devotion, family,

As I place these
 Pictures on this board
 Sue is this really you
 You ?
 You was first born from 
 Mom and dad

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Categories: anxiety, death,


Little Applegate woman look at what your life 
Has grown up to be
Your world created from the raindrops
That glisten as far as you can see

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Categories: inspirational, Lullaby,

I think it would be nice
 To be just happy
 Living on my own
 I have been someone
 Partner way to long.
 First my husband
 And. That was ok

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Categories: growing up,

Coming or Going
Driving along on a bright, cold winter day, I made a decision to alter my way, to take a trip air a place I remember,...

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© Bert Webb  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, confusion, destiny, travel,

Premium Member Civil War Song Revisited
To the melody of "When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again..."

When Father comes marching home again,
  Oh, no! Oh, no!
He'll give me a helluva spanking...

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Categories: father son, love, sad,