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Dad Social Poems

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


Premium MemberSummer Days by Susan Gentry
Singing birds and laughing children
Summer sounds seep into our senses

Friends, family and neighbors socialize
Backyard shaded lounging chairs
children playing nearby

Summertime sunshine and outdoor adventure
Fishing at dawn...

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Categories: social, adventure, children, community, family,

Premium MemberPsychosomatic by Rhoda Monihan
Degree work again! With Aberdeen University, 
Long distance, so not in strange surroundings, 
This time in the subject of my choice and tenacity,
For posterity, so...

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Categories: social, bible, education, happiness, parents,



Premium MemberBe My Friend-o by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Hey there now, hi
Me see you’re new
Playground time is no fun alone

Pepe and I
best buds since two
But, imaginaries have no real home

They say that I’m...

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Categories: children, friendship, fun, social,

Do you mean it by Esther MacCarthy
Walking down the street 
You held my hand
Little trembling me
So afraid of the world 

I remember when it was cold
Like a negative 32 degrees or...

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Categories: social, appreciation, art, dad, father,

Of Asses and Burgers by Tom Quigley
A scarlet letter and a silent one
Transparent “A” on my forehead
Never seen, but you will know it’s there
Or see its effect, I can only fake...

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Categories: anxiety, conflict, social,

Misconceptions by Kim Bond
Girl
Head high
Fears nothing
For no one harms
Her more than herself
Mutilation
She is a
Cutter
Girl

Hurt
Thinking
Of the day
She lost control
Abused and misused
Who has the knife
Now, Daddy
Self harm
Hurt

God
Hoping
He is not
Like her...

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Categories: social, abuse, addiction, christian, dad,

Premium MemberThe Right Thing to Do by Robert Candler
Written 7 March 2014
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Bruce and Jennie, both were 10,
Had been playmates all their lives.
One day, Bruce proclaimed,
“Jennie… most good men have wives.”

He professed his love...

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Categories: social, angst, boyfriend, child, children,

Premium MemberAn Ego Boost in Produce by Andrea Dietrich
Late night in the market, I see a father's son.

He tugs his daddy’s pants.  I hear him say,

"Daddy, look.  Look and see." (there’s...

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Categories: social, sweet,

A Very Inviting Temptation by Jim Pemberton
A Very Inviting Temptation!

I remember of a particular situation.
I was offered a very "inviting" temptation.

The situation I was in... I didn't belong!
And lost any sense...

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Categories: social, anger, bible, change, character,

The Family That God Gave to Me by Jim Pemberton
The Family That God Gave to Me

I think about the family,
that God gave to me...
And think about where
 they'll spend eternity!

I think about the good...

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Categories: social, character, children, christian, community,

Charity by Kenneth Gentry
>>>>>>CHARITY<<<<<<

As you pull into the lot
A man is standing there
“Get A Job” is your first thought
And wash that greasy hair

You just want to brush on...

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Categories: social,

Love, Death, and Rebirth by Darian Rehder
The signs started in December
When she started waking up in tears each night
She was a normal girl with dark brown hair and darker brown eyes
She...

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Categories: social, angst, beautiful, beauty, child,

I Know of An Old Fashioned Family by Jim Pemberton

There’s a family I know,  that may seem old fashioned.
But they serve others from a heart of compassion!

They don’t have much in the scope
...

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Categories: social, christian, dad, daughter, faith,

GEORGI THE BOY FROM RUSSIA by Andrew Crisci
On a quite Saturday morning, I decided not to take the usual stroll,
instead I took my nephew Claudio to the neighborhood's playground;
so proudly, he carried...

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Categories: social, children, emotions, friendship, immigration,

The Look On My Child's Face by Jim Pemberton
The Look On My Child’s Face…

Just yesterday I noticed a look of
 love on my child’s face.
This happened in a most  “ordinary place.”

It was...

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Categories: social, character, children, christian, dad,

I'm Not the Kind of Dad That I Need to Be by Jim Pemberton

I’m Not the Kind of Dad That I Need to Be!

I remember reading the Bible 
 to my son.
But what a mess,
 my life has...

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Categories: social, christian, confusion, dad, dedication,

Respect Comes with Age by Reynaldo Mast
My father and my mother sat me down one day
     to tell me how wonderful that I was growing O.K.
The years...

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Categories: social, caregiving, childhood, courage, dad,

The Nameless - for South Africans of all colours who fought for freedom by Scribbler Of Verses

The Nameless


Slipping through the sieve of history,

the nameless rest.

Not for the nameless are roads renamed, nor monuments built.

Not for the nameless are songs sung, nor...

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Categories: social, black african american, dad,

Premium MemberHow the West Was Won by Joyce Johnson
When he emigrated to North Dakota
Daddy came to help fill needed quota
Of young, strong men of honest worth
For untamed land at its new birth.

He met...

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Categories: social, work, dad, dad,

One Billion Rising by Scribbler Of Verses
Today we rise.

No more hiding in the shadows,

of culture,
creed,
tradition.

No more silent complicity,

defensive arguments,
sickening pretences,
shabby excuses,

for the actions of men,

brutal and coarse and vulgar and obscene...

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Categories: social, black african american, boyfriend,