Here is a list of Father's Day poems from daughters around the world. There is something very special about the relationship between a daddy and his little girl. A daughter can bring out every kind of protective and tender emotion within a father's heart. When a man becomes a father to a daughter- it truly changes his life in ways that he probably never imagined. Every little girl's first prince charming is her father.
Life goes by so fast, so remember to cherish this special relationship. I am lucky enough to live only five minutes away from my dad and it has been such a blessing. It is so much fun to continue growing in our friendship. He also helps me out a lot! I hope that you enjoy these Father's Day poems from a daughter perspective. Some of them can be used for both sons and daughters, but there are also specifically ones from daughters.
By Mary Jane Davis
You’re head of our whole family.
You see to all our needs.
You listen and you hear with love.
You smile and praise good deeds.
You shoulder your own heavy loads
And share our burdens too.
Armed with patriarchal power,
God blesses us through you.
Your strong hands hold our smaller ones
When calming childish fears
Or touch to gently reassure
And wipe away our tears.
As you walk forth in righteousness,
We want to follow you.
And on our knees we humbly pray
To God, just as you do.
We’re walking in your footsteps,
Secure in loving care.
God bless you fathers, everyone,
Is our most humble prayer.
Daddy Daughter Love
by Jon and Stephanie Peterson
Father I love you!
I love you indeed!
I feel so happy that
I came from your seed!
Piggy Back Rides...
Pony rides too!
Hide and seek...and
Peek a Boo!
My very first prince,
My courageous knight
My sparkly tears
Your kiss after a fright
Your night time stories
full of tragedy and glory
Your wise teachings
I need to say sorry
Your loving heart
When I fall apart
Your sincere cares
And your answered prayers
Father I love you!
I love you indeed!
Although this is a page about Father's day poems FROM daughters I still think this song is very fitting for this special father-daughter relationship:
by Bob Carlisle and Randy Thomas
There's two things I know for sure:
She was sent here from heaven and she's daddy's little girl.
As I drop to my knees by her bed at night
She talks to Jesus and I close my eyes
and I thank god for all of the joy in my life
Oh, but most of all
For butterfly kisses after bedtime prayer;
sticking little white flowers all up in her hair;
"Walk beside the pony, Daddy, it's my first ride."
"I know the cake looks funny, Daddy, but I sure tried."
Oh, with all that I've done wrong, I must have done something right
To deserve a hug every morning And butterfly kisses at night.
Sweet 16 today
She's looking like her mama a little more everyday
One part woman, the other part girl.
To perfume and make-up from ribbons and curls
Trying her wings out in a great big world.
But I remember...
Butterfly kisses after bedtime prayer;
sticking little white flowers all up in her hair.
"You know how much I love you, Daddy,
But if you don't mind I'm only gonna kiss you on the cheek this time."
Oh with all that I've done wrong I must have done something right
to deserve her love every morning and butterfly kisses at night.
All the precious time
Like the wind, the years go by.
Spread your wings and fly.
She'll change her name today.
She'll make a promise and I'll give her away.
Standing in the bride-room just staring at her.
She asked me what I'm thinking and I said
"I'm not sure-I just feel like I'm losing my baby girl."
She leaned over
Gave me butterfly kisses with her mama there,
Sticking little white flowers all up in her hair
"Walk me down the aisle, Daddy-it's just about time."
"Does my wedding gown look pretty, Daddy? Daddy, don't cry"
Oh, with all that I've done wrong I must have done something right.
To deserve her love every morning and butterfly kisses
I couldn't ask God for more, man this is what love is.
I know I gotta let her go, but I'll always remember
Every hug in the morning and butterfly kisses...
by Dawn Hughes Ballantyne and Joyce Mills Jensen
The father of our home leads our family
With wisdom's light in all that's right;
My father's good to me.
Fathers are so special with a very special love.
They watch us and protect us.
They guide us and direct us.
Back to our home above.
I'm so glad when daddy comes home,
Glad as I can be;
Clap my hands and shout for joy,
Then climb upon his knee,
Put my arms around his neck,
Hug him tight like this,
Pat his cheeks, then give him what?
A great big kiss.
by Carol Graff Gunn
My daddy is my fav'rite pal, And I help him ev'ry day.
It's plain to see I want to be Like him in ev'ry way.
He teaches me that honesty Is best in all I do.
I'm very glad that he's my dad,
And I know he loves me too.
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