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Categories: father son, forgiveness, hate,
Father
by Brett Allen
Devils lurk inside my head
Making me wish that I was dead 
My father put them there 
With the images that he shared
Just enough to let...

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Categories: father son, joy, life,
The Father
by Sohrab Rustom
A Father feels numbness pain.
Thereafter he is fine He feign.
 It`s because of them whom he keeps in his vein.
He never thinks of his own...

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Categories: father son, imagery, leaving,
24
by Bernard Chan

Today has 24 hours to live. 
Be at its deathbed, son,
keep a vigil, make sure you're 
included in its will. 
Of the priceless heirlooms, 
have...

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Categories: baby, creation, faith, family, father son,
Father Son Father
by Luke Goodman
There was a universal entity
Given a human body and made hungry
Star charts withered at mothers teat
So baby could eat, the baby eyes went bleak

Golden was...

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Categories: father son,
Supernova
by Zachary Gilstrap
Blissfully arrayed,
they sit idle in showroom grandeur
akin and accustomed to the cuff
the cuffs of a man respected, a man cosmic.
 
Wondrously gilded,
the aqua sea glimmers...

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Categories: father son, fathers day,
Premium MemberANOTHER FATHER'S DAY
by Line Gauthier
Young boy, somewhat aloof
Having not a father
Growing up an orphan
Feeling alone and lost
Different always so
From all your little friends

Age one, lost your father 
Hardly knew...

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Categories: father son, feelings,
TIME
by Mawra jannat
He wanted a toy I said; let the time come
He wanted a mobile I said; let the time come

He wanted a car I said; let...

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The Shamrock
by Tom Cunningham
Ireland's emblem is the harp, not many people know
But there is another, in the ground it does grow
A three leafed clover and tiny it may...

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Categories: angst, bereavement, conflict, dad, father son, hurt, psychological,
The Indivisible Divide
by matthew harris
tension between
this singular male offspring and me dad
proved more ineradicable
then tensile strengthened steel rebar
which wall veritably, unequivocally,
terribly outlived purposefulness, egad
yet remained intact

even after this son...

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Categories: cry, dad, death, deep, father son,
Rest Easy
by Anthony Oliveira
Don't cry, don't cry;
Close your eyes and die;
Don't cry, don't cry;
I still love you, don't wonder why.
Don't cry, don't cry; 
My lips tell no lie;
Don't...

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Categories: betrayal, care, change, children, father son, feelings, grandfather,
09 Family Feud
by Nick Trim
Local fame in the family name,
knowledge attained because it entertains.
It seems everyone knows about our pain,
gossip that ponders who's to blame.

They say they care but...

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Categories: father son,
Mud Pies and Mackintoshes
by Sheila Haskins
Splidgy splodgy, squishy and squashy
Time to find Dad’s old mackintoshy
Time to jump in the puddles so deep
To splishy and splashy, and cover his feet
In glorious...

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Categories: age, boy, cry, dedication, father son, growth,
Benediction To My Father, And Apology For Disallowing
by matthew harris
A hint of helping this wholesome Harris son
can across thru the air
Hence this poetic expression
of gratitude Matthew Scott wants to blare
And communicate my genuine
appreciation crystal...

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Categories: childhood, culture, death, father son,
Men Don't Cry
by carlos trevino
No, I swear I was not crying,
A speck of dust flew in my eye.
Yes dad I know that men don't cry,
What you heard was just...

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Categories: father son,
The Wood Shop
by carlos trevino
I went inside my dad's dusty wood shop where 
he worked. I saw crystal silk strands with dried 
up insects hanging upside down adorning every...

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Categories: appreciation, art, children, christmas, father son, uplifting,
Premium MemberThe Night Rudolph and Santa's Sled Got Stuck
by Robert Lindley
The Night Rudolph and Santa's Sled Got Stuck

Twas' night before Christmas, Santa's sled was hard stuck
but Christmas was saved by farmer Ted's mule, Ole Buck.
Rudolph...

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Categories: father son, forgiveness, god,
The Book According to St Lovejoy 1:3 - Part 1
by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
The Book According to St Lovejoy 1:3 (Part 1)

1. 3’s the Number so here we’ll commence
I’ll start moving while the non-believers
sit on their fence
A very...

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Categories: father son, forgiveness, god,
The Book According to St Lovejoy 1:3 - Part 2
by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
The Book According to St Lovejoy 1:3  (Part 2)

3. 3 are the fathers, sons, and mothers lost in time 1.2.3.
3 are the daughters 1.2.3.
3...

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Categories: father son, fathers day,
My hero
by Kedar kate
Always behind me,
He's there to protect,
Working with precision,
A hero so perfect.

Omnipresent is he,
Scanning for snags,
Clearing my way,
Destroying such lags.

He's there for me,
Working 24/7,
Slogging tirelessly for...

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Categories: cheer up, children, dad, father son, for children,
To My Little Me's
by Angelus Somnium
I may be a difficult man to understand, 
One day you'll finally get me, 
Even in the afterlife I'll still hold your hand, 
Tragedy only...

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Categories: father son, holiday, mother
Blood and Envy: A Cautionary Christmas Poem
by Jude S. Walko
Blood and Envy - A Cautionary Christmas Poem
By Jude S. Walko 

Twas some time after All Hallows Eve.
The roof started to leak like a sieve.
But...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, celebration, child father son, men,
Near the Singing
by Brenda Kahn
Near the Singing

Christmas is coming
Christmas is near
Near the wintergreen tree
Near his fearful dreams
Dreams of hope
Dreams of peace
Peace and quiet
Peace to men
Men who rage
Men who try
Try...

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Categories: boy, emotions, family, father son, love, son,
Dad you hurt me
by Anand Parmale
Is it a sin growing young?
Will you prove me wrong for following the trends?
Can’t I roam around and have some fun?
If not today, when will...

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Categories: father son, violence,
A plain man's look at Hamlet and Goethe's Faust
by Julian Scutts
Hamlet's story 
is sad and gory.
From the start the outlook's bad.
The king, i.e. Hamlet's dad,
got bumped off by his loving brother,
who then had the nerve...

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A New Dawn
by Sujoy Bhattacharya
    
It  was  very cold outside .
 Mist and fog engulfed everything on the earth
 to be viewed by mortal...

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A New Dawn
by Sujoy Bhattacharya
    
It  was  very cold outside .
 Mist and fog engulfed everything on the earth
 to be viewed by mortal...

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Categories: father son,
A New Dawn
by Sujoy Bhattacharya
    
It  was  very cold outside .
 Mist and fog engulfed everything on the earth
 to be viewed by mortal...

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Categories: dad, deep, depression, family, father son, lost,
Never had a dad, never needed one
by Alex Duffy
Another poem crying about how I never had a dad, what's new?
This is me talking as a grown man, not a lost youth
I used to...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, childhood, christmas, father son, happiness,
Premium MemberThe Best Gift
by Vermillion Scythe
I remember that time
twenty-five years ago,
as we gathered around the fire
drinking hot chocolate at the right temperature
and presents perfectly wrapped without flaw.
The best of the...

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Categories: father son,
Child-Father-Man
by eric ploscik
Rebellious to the core
I never listened
Fate settled the score
I didn't have a choice
Sometimes, I felt I had no voice
Until I got much older
Then realized the...

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Categories: father son, feelings, for
My son
by Dollin Holt
Emuedgevoke
when my evening comes
let me come to you
with a song
on my tongue
for I have nothing else
but a song
on my tongue
how sad and yet how sweet
a...

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Categories: blessing, child, father, father son, how i
My Son Kolton
by Blic Echols
 Hello Kolton my beautiful baby boy
 Our wonderful little pride and joy
 I can see you but I just can't hold you
 It's not...

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Categories: father son, forgiveness, god,
Forgive Thy Self
by wayne underwood
Fraught with vivid memories, still somehow unexplained,
I find myself searching for someone else to blame.

This grief that engulfs me, grows from day to day.
My own...

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Categories: father son, hurt, i
Go Back and Call You Daddy
by M.P. Shaudd
I don't know
What it is that I've done wrong 
When I was little
You and I could get along

But as I've grown it only seems
What we...

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Categories: father son, friendship, grief,
Premium MemberFIND THE STRENGTH
by Line Gauthier
Friendly and exuberant
He brought sunshine to the workplace
Loved coffee breaks most
Smoking and chatting with colleagues
He liked to call friends
His favourite topic
None more than his kids
They...

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