Happy Father’s day 2016 poems: All knows the father’s day celebrated to honor and give thanks to your dad so this is an opportunity to all children they gave poems to our dad on this occasion. Huge number of peoples searches the father’s day poems. So you are right place and your choice is very nice and if you think to dedicate the poems to your dad so great idea. Here you can choose the poems and dedicate to your dad. On this occasion you know your dad how much important for you and this day you can realize your dad he is the best dad in the world. So celebrate this day with your dad and enjoy.
Happy Father’s day 2016 poems
I am only three
I’ve learned so many things dat you’ve taught me me
d things I have learn will help me grow
d things you’ve taught me surely show
I know dat blue and yellow make green
I know one comes first dn two dn three
I know how to say thank you and ask
4 things by saying pretty please
I know dat you love me unconditionally
I know you are are my daddy even if you didn’t help mommy make me
because you have have been dre no matter what and you’d never 4 sake me
you give me kisses and hold me tight
you calm my fears when I wake frighten at night
you kiss my boos boos and make d pain go away
only real daddy’s and mommy’s I have dat gift Id say
your are my daddy and I love you with all my heart
because of you me and mommy no longer have a hole in our hearts
Fadr’s Day without you is like music
Muted by a distance undisturbed.
It is so faint I cannot tell d feeling,
Though I myself am gripped with pensive sorrow.
I listen all d more 4 what I cannot
Hear, and you are somewhere close beside me.
“It’s joy!” you say, and dn I nod, unbending,
Listening still while weeping like fine rain.
Yes, it’s joy, and you again are with me.
I turn to you, and I am in your arms.
D music is a rhapsody around me,
And I am safe again and free to cry.
It is so beautiful, I cannot stand it,
I am a torrent, shaking in my gladness,
And you recede, as distant as d music,
Smiling dimly far across d plain.
“Please, please!” I say, yet know dat what I’m asking
No longer is. Your day will come and go,
And I will crave and fear its restless turning
Because my happiness must be my pain.
Daddy, I love you
4 all dat you do.
I’ll kiss you and hug you
cause you love me, too
You feed me and need me
To teach you to play,
So smile, cause I love you
On dis fadr’s day.
Children need a Daddy
4 many, many things:
Like holding dm high off d ground
Where d sunlight sings!
Like being d deep music
Dat tells dm all is right
When dy awaken frantic with
D terrors of d night.
Like being d great mountain
Dat rises in dir hearts
And shows dm how dy might get home
When all else falls apart.
Like giving dm d love
Dat is dir sea and air,
So diving deep or soaring high
Dy’ll always find him dre.
Close your eyes my pet, I will sing 4 you,
it’s a lullaby I never knew,
in dis world you know, some things must come and go,
but my world is all in loving you.
It’s a simple song, and it’s words are true,
and I’ll do d best dat I can do,
as I write dis song, how can d words be wrong,
when dy’re all about my loving you?
You’ve got Mommy’s eyes, and now I realize
God has blessed my world with loving you,
you’ve got Daddy’s nose, a joke I suppose,
but it’s still, what makes up you.
As you close your eyes, here’s a prayer or two,
While you sleep I will be here 4 you.
Things might come and go, but dis you’ll always know,
Daddy’s lullaby is just 4 you.
A Dad is a person
who is loving and kind,
And often he knows
what you have on your mind.
He’s someone who listens,
suggests, and defends.
A dad can be one
of your very best friends!
He’s proud of your triumphs,
but when things go wrong,
A dad can be patient
and helpful and strong
In all dat you do,
a dad’s love plays a part.
Dre’s always a place 4 him
deep in your heart.
And each year dat passes,
you’re even more glad,
More grateful and proud
just to call him your dad!
Thank you, Dad…
4 listening and caring,
4 giving and sharing,
but, especially, 4 just being you!
Happy Fadr’s Day.
“Walk a little slower daddy,” said a child so small.
“I’m following in your footsteps
and I don’t want to fall.
Sometimes your steps are very fast,
Sometimes dy’re hard to see;
So walk a little slower, Daddy,
4 you are leading me.
Someday when I’m all grown up,
You’re what I want to be;
Dn I will have a little child
Who’ll want to follow me.
And I would want to lead just right,
And know dat I was true;
So, walk a little slower, Daddy,
4 I must follow you.”
Love so true, a fadr gives
his children are, 4ever his.
From cradle, into adulthood
gives shelter, in d deepest flood.
His arm, embraces you so tender
4 love so true, will always render.
Compassion, in his loving eyes
4giveness, from d heart inside.
D strictest measure, he will place
conduct his home, with all his grace.
Respect his person, dearest child
Your fadr always, by your side
Dat Fadr’s day d sun was bright,
D morning promised joy
I felt d trill of Fadr’s day
Like every little boy
I still am very little,
But even I could see,
Dat something wasn’t right dat day
Oh dear, what could it be?
My Daddy was away dat day
And all d whole year through
My Daddy’s over in Iraq
To safe-keep me & you
My Mommy told me not to cry
She told me to be strong
She knew dat I would understand
Although dis year proves long
Dat morning I woke up with glee
I knew just what to do
I had to do Daddy would
If he could be here too
I took a bath quite leisurely
I dressed my very best
Grandpa set d B-B-Q
And I did all d rest
Mommy cooked d bacon
But Grandma worked d most
She knew if she left Mommy dre
We’d have to eat burnt toast
We filmed our little holiday
So Daddy could share too
We wanted him to feel at home
I think it worked, don’t you?
We ate up Daddy’s breakfast
I thought dat it looked yummy
I think dat Mommy knew to share
When she heard my hungry tummy
We opened Daddy’s gifts and cards
He must like mine d best
I know if he were here dis day
He’d squeeze me to his chest
Mommy said she missed him
Dat she wished he was at home
But if I could have talked to her
She’d know we weren’t alone
I couldn’t see quite clearly
But d feeling was just right
My Daddy stood beside her
And he guarded us all night
He stood alone upon a hill
as d clouds burst with fury
His mind was shook but very clear
of d reason he was standing here,
His fardr died d odr day
and he wanted to be as close to heaven
as he could be.
A light appeared in d darkened sky
bringing hope to him as he stood by.
An angel came down from up above
To give him hope 4 d ones he loved
Your fadr has a place up here
he softly said as he disappeared.
Now I know dat he’s at rest
I can plan my life as he knew best.
But I’ll never 4get dat rainy day
When d Angel of d lord
took my Fadr away.
What will happen if dre are no fadrs in d world?
If dre are no fadrs in d world, who would teach me about God?
And spank me with a rod
Who would kiss me at night?
And play with me a fight
Who would understand me always?
And scold me in many ways
Who would love me very dearly?
And fear d Lord strongly
Who would feed me delicious food?
And discipline me to be good
All dse things won’t happen without you by my side
Happy Fadr’s Day!!!
Little I knew,what dreams to dream…
But an inner urge always pushed me…
to break free….d strong frontier…
To build my nest….far or near…
My inner light caught d auburn highlights…
Of my intricate thoughts…my subconscious far-sight…
D pillar of my strength…my “dad” caught me…
dre i went.an Indian student …to Aussie…
A speeding child careened passed me…
As I take a leap of faith…to d University…
thoughtless …ignorant…and cruel remarks came…
dre i stood…but ..not drained in shame…
D tough gritty..strikingly beautiful place…
with its soaring buildings and ornate bridges….
d vast parks were quiet and still…..
d whole neighbourhood touched in emerald hill….
No din and bustle…no rickshaw tinkling….
no trams..no sweat…no girlfriend winking….
I stood alone in my Indian outfit…
My eyes moistened…with undaunted spirit…
I walked through d foyer…with its high ceiling and mosaic…
D wooden door stained…with panel of cloudy glass..
struggling to change d world’s perception…
with persistent patience …I still stand amass….
my courage,my will,my passion..my zeal…
my anxiety..my fears…my fist and inner fury….
made me win d battle..i fought at length….
I stand now…Warrior..in d Sanctuary……………
God took d strength of a mountain,
D majesty of a tree,
D warmth of a summer sun,
D calm of a quiet sea,
D generous soul of nature,
D com4ting arm of night,
D wisdom of ages,
D power of d eagles’ flight,
D joy of a spring morning,
D faith of a mustard seed,
And d depth of a family need.
Dn God combined dse qualities
And dre was nothing more to add.
He knew his masterpiece was complete
And so he called it DAD.
Dad, Fadr, Papa
Are some of d names
You are called
But whichever is used
One thing always remain d same
We celebrate one wonderful person
every Fadr’s Day!
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