Dad Verse Poems

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


Drunken Love by Faith Van Riel
I was ten years old I remember it well
A frightening fight when my parents fell,

Dad lost his job and mom was sick
To hide their booze...

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Categories: bereavement, parents,

REAL MEN by Sidney Beck
REAL   MEN

Where does a real man
Wear his dandelion?
In his hair?  Round his neck?
Wherever his three year old 
Daughter wants him to. 

When...

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Categories: verse, dad, daughter, men,



Premium MemberHonoring You in Living Color by Rhoda Tripp
Kitchen counters alive; the vivid colors of red, green, purple and yellow glass jars. Your garden flourished.
.
Pickled beets mingle boiled eggs; a pretty periwinkle purple.
.
Yellow...

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Categories: verse, mom, mother, mother daughter,

Things change by Rakshita Bansal
The familar ways
That are the school ways
Now become other's way
The unfamiliar ways
Where we fear to go
Now became familiar ways
The friendship with stapu.and cricket
Now turned in...

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Categories: verse, 12th grade, school, student,

In my eyes by nico jagga
In my eyes- an ode to my daughter
In my eyes you have always been
The most wondrous being I have ever seen
In my eyes even when...

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Categories: verse, dad,

Blood on the pad by Alex Duffy
Ever been hurt so much, you fall in love with being sad?
I'm learning to take the good with the bad
Maybe I wouldn't be so heartless...

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Categories: verse, anger, deep, emotions, hip

Premium MemberRemembering Mother's Day by Dennis Spilchuk
Remembering Mother's Day

When I was growing up, 
I remember 
The time my parents 
Bought me a brand new pair
Of rubber-soled, hi-top, black
Canvas running shoes.
To say...

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Categories: appreciation, memory, mothers day,

Premium Member The County Fair - Palindrome by Eve Roper

At the county fair when the time keeper went toot. 

Little Natan riding a ewe bolted out of the shoot

Keeping his weight level was quite...

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Categories: verse, boy, fun,

Premium MemberDandelions OH MY by Caren Krutsinger
We big, tough, well-thinking male bearberries blew and we snarled and we spouted and we blew.

But those danged dandelions obstinately kept their tops on, no...

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Categories: verse, earth, earth day, fantasy,

To My Father by Xuefeng Pan
Should n't I feel so sad, when my father is dead
Should I feel Like others? Clearly knowing their fathers dead

They were truely happy  at...

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Categories: cry, dad, death, eulogy,

Premium MemberDamnations by Gerald Dillenbeck
Dad,
why is the white skin on your capitalist legs
so dry?

Well,
I got older...
Damn,
I knew that would happen
if I continued breathing!

Anyway,
and I also forgot
to apply my cooperative...

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Categories: verse, age, anger, fear, gender,

Life by edward johnson
Rejected by my Dad
Rejected by my Mother
Rejected by my Family
Rejected by God

My Life...

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Categories: verse, africa, children, creation, death,

Ausencia by Karolina Grimaldi
I didn’t understand why I had to feel it so young 
Why I even had to feel it at all 
I hated that shit and...

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Categories: verse, angel, care, courage,

Premium Membersummer festival day - palindrome contest by Seren Roberts
It is noon on the day of the summer festival
Dai the gardener had used the rotavator daily
The grass was lush, green and level
Madam Clara’s fortune...

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Categories: day, fun,

What Happens by Autumn Paul
I see her running, laughing, playing,..living
I can see her happiness. The look on her face as dad chases her through the park.  I can...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade,

Premium MemberThe Enchanted Willow Teacher by Caren Krutsinger
The enchanted willow tree had watched in silence for many moons,
but for some reason, on this day, she could not watch any more. 
When the...

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Categories: verse, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Carbuncle Unbidden and Unwelcome by john sensele
Wounds drained, opened, ingrained, rained, sprained, trained
In the midst of a family loss
Recriminations canned, fanned, planned, tanned
To fight the brute boss

Dressed up as justice cause
Disguised...

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Categories: verse, poems,

Dorothy by Isaac Asante
~Poem~

#DOROTHY

Dorothy was a young pretty girl
To her parents, she was more valuable than a pearl
The only child to her parents
Very respectful and innocent
Most beautiful but...

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Categories: verse, adventure,

Aye Am The Questioning Sort by matthew harris
The more I learn, the more
     I realize how little I know…
which insightful, gutsy,
     entrancing, catchy apothegm

...

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Categories: verse, 12th grade, atheist, dad,

Premium MemberA TRAVELING TRAVESTY by Kim Rodrigues
MY FATHER-IN-LAW — A TRAVELING TRAVESTY

who rolled the dice...
how did i get my dad-in-law in the divorce…

as my husband’s checked out
due to the achoo dispensation...

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Categories: family, sick,