Poems for Fathers
There's a lot of poems written for father's on the net, and some of them are posted here as pictures or videos. However, the poems that I have are poetry for father's through the inspirations that caught me.
I choose to make poetry for fathers because of the the sacrifices they make for their family and for their children. Poetry can be funny, it can be sad, and sometimes it is inspiring.
The Phantom Thief
When the dogs are barking hard, I wanted to ask you how I can pass through them
When the mathematical questions were getting nauseous, I wanted you to teach me.
When life was getting bitter, I wanted you to be there for me.
When laughter’s were loud and everybody is smiling, I was looking for your smile.
When someone wanted to destroy one of your children, I would’ve wanted to know what you’d say.
Now that my life is a standstill, will you be out there making it for me.
Now that sorrow seems not to far away and that I could be attracting it, are you going to teach me how to dodge it.
Now that I should have been taking care of myself but failed, will you force me to experience it.
Now I see why I have to do it alone, not that you had to thread your path before as well but
Now I should be more like you, making it possible for me and my future …
I looked at the tight alley,
Hoping that we chance on each other
So that you will hold my hand
While we walk past this puddle.
The puddle stops me at the side of the road.
I panicked to move to the middle of the road
For passing cars could hit me.
I looked again at the opening.
Hoping that my reservations have reached your spirit.
Run to me now and help me overcome
My inaptitude to make a leap
At the A shaped boondock you stood
At the middle of its opening
Staring like an eagle
You watch with your eyes
People who do bad to me and
Carry their souls for beating
You hold them up in the
Steep mountains, no stairs
Or way down.
You hold my soul sometimes
To give me a lesson.
You are the holder of my sins.
Sometimes you are with me
During treacherous moments,
Driving away evil souls.
Giving them signs to move away.
Sometimes we fly miles and miles
Away in the Cordilleras.
Health and long life was your advice.
A Humble Worker
Fear not my words for they are not for me
Your path, I donot know
Learn to decide from the mistake that I had
I only see it, like the mentor that I had
Learn to see opportunity to the things that I say
I just want you to be helpful to people
My words come not empty when I am with you
Make things for your life
All of us will walk this life.
I ask you to think of us before you do wrong
I don’t know how I’m going to give another good for you
I’m glad to see you home and not giving up
I am doing everything for you, not minding myself
I’ll cook your good so that you can relax
No jokes come out when we see each other
Make something out of yourself, or I may lose my balance.
A Fathers Poem to His Daughter on Her Wedding
the father expresses his love to her daughter and bid her best wishes on her wedding. He asked that they be blessed with a daughter as well.
def jam -- knock knock by daniel beaty
A Fathers Day Poem for a Beloved Dad
© 2015 Warren Fianza