Father Daughter Poems (All Types of Poems for Dads)
A father and his child share a special love, faith, and understanding relationship. All of a father’s offspring, whether sons or daughters, are treated equally. However, it has been shown that fathers and daughters have a particularly close relationship. Here are father daughter poems that reflect a beautiful father daughter relationship.
They traditionally thought daughters to be a father’s preference. In their daughters’ lives, fathers are crucial. Both teaching and learning include a lot of material. Spending time with her father might be one of a daughter’s most memorable experiences.
On Father’s Day, a daughter might express her gratitude to her father for making her life wonderful. She might express her gratitude to him by giving him a heartfelt poem. On the bond between a father and daughter, many lovely poetry have been written.
All you have to do is choose the apartment for your dad. Either writing it within a card or reading those heartfelt passages to him is the ideal approach to offer it. Here is a compilation of several poems written by daughters for Father’s Day.
Always There for Your Daughter
Every day the whole year through,
I feel grateful you are my father.
Some fathers don’t have time for their kids,
But for you I’m never a bother.
You always make the effort to listen and share;
You’re always there when you’re needed.
It warms me to know how much you care,
And with that knowledge my worries are defeated
Dad, you are truly admired and adored,
And as your daughter, I hope that you know,
These sentiments fill me each day of the year,
And my love for you continues to grow.
Happy Fathers Day!
By Joanna Fuchs
A little girl needs her daddy
To love her with manly charm,
To soothe her when she’s hurt,
And keep her safe from harm.
A girl needs her dad
To show her a man who’s good,
To help her make right choices,
As only a father could.
A woman needs her father
Just to be aware,
He’ll always be there for her
To sustain her and to care.
You’ve been all these things, Dad.
I hope that you can see
How much I treasure you;
You mean everything to me.
Daddy’s Little Girl
As I look back to see
I remember times spent on your knee
When it came to my biggest fears
you came along to wipe away my tears
But as years started rushing by
I’ll have to say with a sigh
You needed me just as bad
and those times were so sad
But now we’re a family once more
and I know there’s so much in store
You always seem to know when I need a smile
especially when you haven’t seen one in a while
We seem to always be on the same page
even though there’s a big difference in age
We know how to make each other laugh
and it makes time fly past
Daddy thats why I’m so thankful for you
I would never ask for anyone new
I love you so very much
because you help me with all my problems and such
I know you wish you could give me the world
but I’m proud enough with my title
“Daddy’s Little Girl”
Time to play,
I missed you,
off at work all day.
We’ll seek and hide
and skip and jog,
and when we’re done
we’ll look for frogs.
Today I helped Mommy
sweep the rugs,
maybe after dinner
you can help me catch bugs.
Maybe I’ll help
out in the yard,
fixing the truck
won’t be so hard.
I cherish this time
you share with me,
I love you, Daddy,
I know you love me.
Loving the Child in Me
There is a child that looks like me.
Years from now still won’t be free.
You’ll want to rock her in your arms.
Keep her safe from all that harms.
Some things you simply don’t forget.
And there is shame that haunts me yet.
The stark reality is this-
I find it hard to share a kiss.
Children are meant for love and prayers.
Not sneaking footsteps on the stairs.
Fear grows where refuge should be.
Hate floats on a toxic sea.
In all these years sorrow still lives.
A broken spirit but strong will gives
reason to find a better way.
This child is loved by me today.
As I lye awake and think of you
my heart always feels so blue.
I try my best to move on, but it’s hard to do
since you’ve been gone.
Thou my heart feels like it’s bleeding, I can’t
stop how I’m feeling.
People say time will heal the pain but, at times
I feel I’m going insane.
I pray to God everyday, he makes my
pain go away.
I will always love you with all my heart, and know
that one day the healing will start.
But, until that day comes around I will never forget
when we laid you in the ground.
So, please God help me understand why daddy let go of my hand.
Gems of Love
Bright stars shine in night skies
Like bangles, baubles and beads
Puts a twinkle in every girl’s eyes
Like a gift of fine jewelry
A pair of sun stone earrings
Presented to the daughter I love
Some expensive fatherly bling
The price for her, one hug
Red copper reflecting inclusions
Dark middles fade to light edges
An adventurine feldspar illusion
Perfect for eternal love pledges
Turquoise blue or teal green schiller
Either one is an eye to heart thriller
If You Were Here
If you were here,
This is what I would do.
Hold you very near,knowing you would like to.
If you were here
This is what I would say,
I would whisper in your ear.
I love you every day
If you were here
This is how I would feel
My eyes will fill of tears
I know is can not bev real.
Last thoughts that i will have
Shall ever be of you
Anticipating what will come
When all of this is through
Last words that leave these lips
Shall be your lovely name
I’ll cry it out with passion for
As long as breath remains
Last words that i shall hear
Will come from our own child
It’s alright dad, just go to her
I’ll see you in awhile
Last breath that I shall take
Will follow with a kiss
The one from you, the other from
The daughter whom I’ll miss
Last days you spent with me
I’ll treasure for all time
Just know that I’m at rest, li’l girl
Your mom and I are fine
Can you tell of your wonderful relationship with your dad? or that amazing relationship with your daughter? How easy do the words come? With these poems, you can find the right words to describe the love you both share.
Now share this with your father or your daughter…and to all amazing fathers and daughters out there. Let them know they are amazing. We’d love to read of how they responded on receiving these poems.