I Love You Dearly – Best Father’s Day Poems

Father’s Day is not as respected and popularly observed as Mother’s Day. There is a simple reason for this. Although almost everyone has difficult issues with their mothers, there is no doubt as to their mother’s love. The same is not true for fathers.

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Source: Holiday Poems from Family Friend Poems

1. Happy Father’s Day

When I was just a little kid I knew you worried.
You worried about what would happen to me.
Though you never raised me you were always there.
There when I needed you.
There when I needed to cry.
When I needed you for my pain and hurt.
When I needed a father it was you by my side.
Daddy I needed a father like you.

It’s Father’s Day and you’re not there.
I love you and need you but you don’t care.
I need a father to lift me up when I am down.
But when I look you’re not around.
Nobody likes to live alone.
Without a dad in the home.
Daddy I need you in my life.
Without you my heart feels like it was hit with a knife.

2. Daddy I Love You

Here in my heart
my daddy will stay.
He nurtured and cared
he held me tight when I was scared.
my best friend my teacher in life
I saw the tears in my daddy’s eyes
when I said I love you
I meant it so deeply
you always carried me to bed
whenever I got sleepy.
You tried to do my hair
and got it tangled every time
but I never cared
playing the guitar, strum at a time
while I danced around you
You never once sighed
I’m your little girl and I always will be
Even when I forty I’ll still sit on your knee
This day is yours I want to say
I love you dearly! Happy Fathers Day

3. The Silent Honor

This world has seen many fathers
Who have performed many great and noble things.

Strengthened a nation,
Silenced fears,
Relieved suffering
And changed the course of history.

Yet the most great and noble father I have known
Lives within the walls of my own home.
He performs no extraordinary tasks,
No miraculous feats;
He just does what is right because
It is right.

He needs no adulation,
No praise or glory of men.
He just goes about doing good because
That is how it makes him feel.

But there are those that see his goodness.
They are his children.
Indeed, they may not always see
But they know
That this silent honor is what they will pass on
To their children.

They know that true greatness needs no praise
It is found in the day-to-day living of unwearied goodness
They have seen their father give.
Such goodness is truly a remarkable thing,
Far greater than any glory found in the annals of history.
For one day the child will say:
‘He is my father’
And know it is an honor.

4. I Never Want To Lose You

I grew up like most kids,
Wishing to be like my dad,
No matter what he did,
Be it good or be it bad,

He worked so very hard,
Many miles he had to roam,
To provide for the family,
The ones he left at home,

All he ever wanted,
Was to give us the best,
But time at home without him,
Really put me to the test,

I never understood,
His absence far away,
‘Till I became a man,
And walked the path his way,

I became a father,
Now I finally see,
You’re the sole provider,
And no, it’s not easy,

Now I’ve figured out,
What my father had went through,
He had to scream and shout,
For the things that I would do,

Everything he tried to teach,
I rebelled with every word,
I thought I knew better,
His words I never heard,

The reason for the wisdom,
We learn throughout the years,
So we can keep our children,
From shedding the same tears,

Dad, I’m very sorry,
For all I’ve put you through,
I’ve cried so much these last few days,
I’m scared of losing you,

You mean the world to me,
I feel like such a fool,
I’m a lucky man you see,
To have a Dad like you!

5. My Dad

If I could write a story
It would be the greatest ever told
Of a kind and loving father
Who had a heart of gold

If could write a million pages
But still be unable to say, just how
Much I love and miss him
Every single day

I will remember all he taught me
I’m hurt but won’t be sad
‘coz he’ll send me down the answers
And he’ll always be MY DAD

Source: Holiday Poems from Family Friend Poems

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