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Poem for My Special Daughters

by Caroline Collins
(Newton Heath Manchester, UK)

Webmaster says...another lovely 'from the heart' sentiment that Caroline has expressed and allows you to express to YOUR daughters



To have three special daughters
Is a gift from up above
To share so much together
In a special bond of love.

To know that you are there for me
Helps me through my day
But all I really want to say
Is I love you, all, in every way.

You mean much more than words can say
I'm proud of you all in your own special way
You're all so beautiful
So wonderful too.

There's one last thing I need to say
My three daughters
Are a special gift to me.

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Poem About My Dad

by Lindsey Vernon-Lilley
(Doncaster, England)

I wrote this poem to show my dad how much I love him. Just think it's lovely to express how you feel through words and is a great Fathers Day gift.
Webmaster says... this is why I like contributions...this is not a professional writer for the card industry... but just a daughter who wants to say something nice about her Dad...and by submitting this...allows you to say the same to YOUR Dad... Thanks, Lyndsey




MY DAD

All that you are and all that you do,
Makes it so special because you are you.
You never need to change, you’re perfect the way you are,
Bet you never would have thought you could ever come so far.
Through all the bad times and the good,
You have always given all that you could.
So here I am writing this poem for you dad,
To be called your daughter I am so glad.
You’re a true inspiration and I hope that you know,
You are everything to me, few words could ever show.


The world is a better place, no need to be sad,
My life is so lovely, because you’re MY DAD.

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poem for birth of grandaughter

by Anonymous

This was written for my first grandchild

I loved you from the day I knew your life had just begun,
Slowly growing little hands and fingers one by one,
Tiny little rosebud mouth, a perfect button nose
Wrinkly feet and on the end, ten dinky little toes,
But now your journey's over, you're here, you have been born
I look at you in wonder, at your perfect little form,
So happy BIRTH-day Sweetheart and kisses by the score
If I were paid TEN BILLION POUNDS I couldn't love you more.








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Sister Poem

by Tracey
(London)

My Sister


My first friend was you
You taught me so much
Like Santa was dead
And other such stuff

As we grew older you skinny, me fat
We fought and we argued
About this and that

Our teens saw the tantrums, often over hair
I didn't want to get up and to do yours cos I didn't care

Twenties and babies our bond grew so strong
And I rediscovered what I knew all along
You see it was true
My best friend was you

Thirties were hard work, we went through so much
Closer we became
We never lost touch

Forties are slower we're getting older, its true
More troubles, much fun,
But you see I always knew
That before it was mine, 50 was for you


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Poem to Grandson

by Freda Leach
(Wigan)

OUR MATTHEW... NAN'S LITTLE MAN

I was diagnosed with cancer, and nearly died, when I didnt want chemo, this liitle boy helped me get the strength to go through with it.....


I want to tell you about a little boy,
Who's brought our family so much joy,
He was sent to us straight from heaven above,
And since his birth has given so much love.


He makes his nan's life more worthwhile,
When I look at his face and see that smile,
He's the joy of my life, and so much more,
His name is Matthew, and he's going on four.


He has a lovely mum and dad,
With the way things are that can't be bad,
There's so much hurt and heartache out there,
He's loved and protected, with parental care.


I thank God for this child everyday,
And I love him more than words can say,
So thank you Father for giving to us,
This special gift from up above.


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Poem About Our Children

by sj billingham
(england)

Our children are like paintings
Fine and delicate
The more we put into them
The more beautiful and colorful
Our paintings become.

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daughter birthday poem

by paul davies
(uk)

Up at five, I am trying to think of how to tell my ten year old how special she is on her birthday without being to corny and not being very good at poems

When you were born
All you did was sleep and yawn

when you were one
You were as bright as the sun

When you were two
You were covered in poo

When you were three
You were a blessing to me

When you were four
I loved you more

When you were five
You brightened my life

when you were six
You got up to tricks

When you were seven
I was in heaven

when you were eight
I thought you were great

When you were nine
You were divine

And now you're ten
I love you more again


Worth getting up for

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Dad Poem from Daughter

by marie
(uk)

To My Dad

Dad as you read these words
I'm thinking of you
And l just want to thank you
For all the things you do
Through good times
And through bad times
Your smile is always there
Encouraging me all the way
By showing that you care
So l just want to thank you Dad
You've been there right from the start
You will always be my hero
And forever in my heart

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Paislee's Arrival

by By: Kim Stephens
(Jacksonville, FL)

I wrote this Poem for my 2nd Granddaughter before she was born and framed it to gave it to her Mother and Father.


Twinkle Twinkle little star
Paislee Faye is not too far
Up above the morning light
We soon will see her in our sight
Family and Friends gather tonight
To greet her in the world so bright
It won't be long we'll see her
Smiling face, and soon
Aubree Kae will meet her
Little sister Paislee Faye

NaNa
5/20/12




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