Top # 10+ Happy Fathers Day Poems From Daughter ✅

Happy Fathers Day Poems From Daughter : Hey there are you looking for some of the best Happy Fathers Day Poems From Daughter? then we father's day 2016 have published some of the best Happy Fathers Day Poems From Daughter especially for you.

Happy Fathers Day Poems From Daughter
Happy Fathers Day Poems From Daughter
Daughter's are the angels sent from heaven to make father happy. He is her first hero, first love. He teaches to value herself no matter what. He is the one who opens doors for her, pull her seat out, talk to/ treat her with respect. He sets expectations how a man should treat a lady, and she'll never settle for anything less. He treats his daughter as a princess and she expects her man to treat her like a queen. No matter where she goes or with whom she gets married to, how much time she spends with guys, or how much she loves her boyfriend, her DADDY will be her NO 1 man in her life. He is the biggest celebrity for her daughter, a man who shows how to love and to be loved.

Here are some special poems for your first love. HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!!!

You were not there when I was BORN
and you didn't get to see
first screams, first steps, first WORDS of mine
the beginning part of me.
You missed a lot of milestones
birthdays, SCHOOL, and such,

But as for what’s IMPORTANT
you didn't miss that much.
You came into our lives when
when I was confused and sad,

It took a while to adjust,
but you soon became my dad.
It couldn't have been easy,
teens just never are,

We got home late and caused you grief
we pushed you way too far.
We never thought you’d stick around,
certainly, you didn't have to

If our own father couldn't do it,
we thought, then why would you?
It may have taken quite a while
for us to get things right,

But in the end wed did it
much to my delight.
My REAL dad, yes you are, 
biological or not
For all the things that make a dad
are all the things you've got!

Though these words cannot explain
all that we've been through
But I want you to know that with all my heart,
Dad, I love you!


I sit and look back to how far I can remember,
And you are always there next to me.
Each and everyday you were helping me grow up,
And making me be the best that I can be.

Your love was forever strong,
Your cuddles forever tight.
Everyday since I was born,
Your love was always in sight.

I will always be your Baby Girl,
And you will always be my Dad.
I know I will always be the luckiest,
To have the best Dad any girl could have had.

My Daddy I love you with all my heart,
Much more than I ever say.
You are my world, my everything,
Each and Every day.


A little girl with shining eyes, 
Her upturned face aglow, 
Said, "Daddy, it's almost time 
For Sunday School, you know; 
Let's go and hear of Jesus' love 
Of how He died for all, 
To take them to His home above 
Who on His name will call." 

"Oh no," said Daddy, "Not to-day; 
I've worked hard all the week; 
And I must have one day of rest, 
And fishing's find they say; 
So run along, don't bother me, 
We'll go another day." 

Months and years have passed away, 
But Daddy hears that plea no more-- 
"Let's go to Sunday School..." 
Those childish days are o'er. 
And now that Daddy's growing old, 
And life is almost through, 
He finds some time to go to church, 
But, what does daughter do? 

She says, "Oh, daddy, not to-day. 
Was out almost all night; 
I've got to get a little sleep: 
Besides, I look a fright." 
Then daddy lifts a trembling hand 
To brush away the tears; 

Again he hears that pleading voice, 
Distinctly through the years, 
He sees a small girl's upturned face, 
Upturned with eyes aglow, 
Saying, "It's time for Sunday School. 
Please, Daddy, won't you go?" 


My dad’s the best 
I know ‘cause he’s passed lots of tests
I give him tests most days
In lots of little different ways

It keeps him on his toes you see
“cause it’s not an easy job looking after me
But mostly he comes through as a star
But sometimes I think I go a bit far

So if you love your dad like me
Take a look on this site, go on, look and see
Find the poem that suits your dad the best
Then for this day he will not call you a pest.


I think you should know
You mean the world to me,
I can't imagine anyone else
Could give so unselfishly.

For all the things you've done for me,
All the times that you were there,
Are why I know deep down inside
How much you really care.

Though I might not always say
That I appreciate what you do,
I feel so very richly blessed
To have a special dad like you.


I don't need father's day to think of you
Dad I think of you in almost everything I do
When you left me I was bereft
But I knew I would never forget

Your zest for life and the things you taught me
A wonderful parent all who knew you could see
So as I pay tribute to you on this day of the year
I hope you are looking down to see how much I care


My dad is very special,
He's not just a dad but a friend;
For he knows where there is a Difference,
When one should start and the other end.