|Main : Love : Fathers-ChildrenMissing Dad (by: Jo Ann Parker)|
When I look at the people
Who are part of my life
They've all made contributions,
But ... something isn't right.
Most of All (by: Author Unknown)
I love you, Dad, for all the things you do.
You make laugh when I am feeling blue.
You can untie the hardest knot of all,
Although I've tugged the lace until it's small.
My Dad, George Collins (by: Judy (Collins) Audette)
My Dad passed on a year ago in March. I can remember his broad smile and his warmth. He showed his love in everything, every word and every act. He was a very pious man -- deeply religious and very mild mannered. He did just about everything for all of us.
My Dad's Hands (by: David Kettler)
Bedtime came, we were settling down,
I was holding one of my lads.
As I grasped him so tight, I saw a strange sight:
My hands. . .they looked like my dad's!
My Father's Heart (by: Jaye Lewis)
There's a feeling deep inside meThat I, somehow, can't express.It chokes me to my very soul,With utter loneliness.
Say the Unsaid Things (by: Jara Crawford)
After all this, I've learned it so important not to let things go unsaid, no matter how minor or major. Even though I know Denny knew I loved him, I would feel so much better knowing for sure he knew because I hurt him in so many ways. And you see, he never complained.
Thanks, Dad! (by: John Mayden)
Several years ago some friends of mine and I had ridden our motorcycles to Sturgis, South Dakota. Every year thousands of bikers, from all over the world, go to Sturgis for the annual rally.
That's My Child (by: Author Unknown)
It made a difference - I could tell it did. When you're all alone and you're getting scored on - and you can't stop them, it means a lot to know that it doesn't matter to those who love you. The little guy ran back on to the field-and they scored two more times, but it was okay.
To Be Enormously Gorgeous (by: Carla O'Brien)
My dad says I am enormously gorgeous.
I wonder if I really am.
To be enormously gorgeous... Sarah says you need to have beautiful long, curly hair like she has.
To My Dad (by: Jackie Housner)
Did you ever see a man who could do anything in the world? That man would be my dad. He would always know just what to say when I needed him. He would always know what to do when I didn't.
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