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    Some People Would Say You’re Not My Real Dad

    Some People Would Say
    You’re Not My Real Dad
    (Step-dad Poems)

    Some people would say you’re not my real Dad
    but we know this isn’t true ..
    For you’ve been a Real Dad to me
    in all the things we’ve been through.

    We’ve had our ups and downs
    sometimes its hard to bend ..
    But you’ve always been there when I needed you
    and that’s what matters in the end.

    You’ve been patient, kind and firm
    over the years as I’ve grown ..
    And I’m eternally grateful to you
    because you’ve treated me as your own.

    Although we’re not tied by bloodlines
    the Love and Trust you’ve given me ..
    Is a precious gift, day after day
    and that’s what counts as a Real Dad to me.

    Author Unknown

    A Step-Father Means So Many Things

    A Step-Father Means So Many Things
    (Step-dad Step-father Poems)

    I know I haven’t always said
    how I appreciate, all that you do ..
    So I’m saying now, how blessed I feel
    to have a Step-dad like you.

    I never got to choose you
    You just became my ‘Dad’ ..
    So I’m grateful to my mother
    for the great taste that she had.

    A step father means so many things
    like an understanding heart ..
    A source of strength and of support
    right from the very start.

    A constant readiness to help
    in a kind and thoughtful way ..
    With encouragement and forgiveness
    no matter what comes your way.

    A special generosity
    and always affection, too ..
    A step father means so many things
    when he’s a great man like YOU!

    The Dad He Didn’t Have To Be | Step-dad Step-father Poems

    The Dad He Didn’t Have To Be
    For My Dad

    I know I didn’t tell you enough
    but I think you should know ..
    How much I care, how I love you
    how much you’ve helped me grow.

    Before you came into my world
    I had no-one to call “Dad” ..
    You leaped the hurdle
    (even though you’re short!)
    I don’t think you did half bad.

    Now I sit here so far from home
    living in this distant place ..
    Wishing I could sit and have a beer
    and to see your ugly old face.

    You mean the world to me my Dad
    and you might not think it’s true ..
    When the day comes, a family I start
    I hope to be, a Dad like you.

    So many years have passed us now
    since I was a little lad ..
    Though I’m no longer so little these days
    I’m still glad to call you “Dad”.

    Now I stand here so far away
    in the mirror what do I see? ..
    Someone who hopes, I can be but half
    of the Dad You didn’t have to be.

    This is hard to say, it’s harder to write
    but it comes straight from my heart ..
    When I tell you that I’ve loved you as Dad
    right from the very start.

    When I get old I know you’ll still
    always be there with me ..
    I hope my kids have half the Dad
    that you did not have to be.

    Now I just want to thank you Dad
    from the bottom of my heart ..
    For always being there as my Dad
    and loving me from the start.

    And when my kids get older
    and I, sit with grand kids on knee ..
    I pray I make, half the Grandpa
    I know you’re going to be.

    Eulogy for My Step-dad | Step-dad Step-father Poems

    Eulogy for My Step-dad

    I can’t believe he’s gone
    He’s left our world behind ..
    And though he’s moving on
    His light will always shine.

    In everything he taught me
    with every truth he shared ..
    The love he gave so freely
    and the way he always cared.

    His loyalty, his honesty
    His humor and his pride ..
    Always shall inspire me
    to cast my fears aside.

    “Go after your dreams
    with all your heart!”
    is what he used to say ..
    And now though it seems
    that we’re worlds apart
    He has not gone away.

    His spirit still shall lift me
    His smile will remain ..
    Part of everything we see.
    in our joy and in our pain.

    He will always feel our love
    we are forever blessed ..
    And as he watches from above
    we’ll try to do our best.

    By – Alaska Moleman