Poems for Father’s Day PowerPoint Movie

Posted By Frank on June 16, 2009
in Our Holiday

When making a Father’s Day PowerPoint movie with PPT to DVD, you may wish to add in a pure poem to express your inner affection and thanks to Dad. Here is an elaborate collection of sentimental Father’s Day poems. We hope these warm Father’s Day poems inspires you to make a wonderful PowerPoint movie for the special man of your life.

Father’s Day Poem 1: F.A.T.H.E.R.S.

  • “F” aithful.“A” lways there.
    “T” rustworthy.
    “H” onoring.
    “E” ver-loving.
    “R” ighteous.

    “S” upportive.

    Father’s Day Poem 2:You Never

  • You never said I’m leaving
    You never said goodbye
    You were gone before I knew it,
    And only God knew why

    A million times I needed you,
    A million times I cried
    If Love alone could have saved you,
    You never would have died
    In Life I loved you dearly
    In death I love you still
    In my heart you hold a place,
    That no one could ever fill
    It broke my heart to lose you,

    But you didn’t go alone
    For part of me went with you,
    The day God took you home.

    Father’s Day Poem 3: What Makes a Dad

  • God took the strength of a mountain,
    The majesty of a tree,
    The warmth of a summer sun,

    The calm of a quiet sea,
    The generous soul of nature,
    The comforting arm of night,
    The wisdom of the ages,
    The power of the eagle’s flight,
    The joy of a morning in spring,
    The faith of a mustard seed,
    The patience of eternity,

    The depth of a family need,
    Then God combined these qualities,
    When there was nothing more to add,
    He knew His masterpiece was complete,
    And so, He called it … Dad

    Father’s Day Poem 4: My Dad and I

  • My dad and I-we think alike,
    He knows just what I mean
    Before I even say a word
    He reads, well, in between.

    My dad and I-we like to fish
    Or build a model plane,

    Or fix a broken chair or two
    Or just a windowpane.

    My dad and I-we know the score

    Of every single game;
    Sometimes he’s really busy, too
    But he takes me just the same.

    My dad and I-we go swimming too,
    Each year and sometimes twice.
    My dad and I-we do everything;
    My dad-he’s really nice.

    - By Phyllis C. Michael

    Father’s Day Poem 5: Father’s Day

  • Over the years
    As we grow old,
    We remember our father
    So brave and bold.

    In the garden,
    Leaning on the plow,

    He would listen to me;
    I see him now.

    He would give advice
    And understand;
    He was always there
    To lend a hand.

    God made fathers
    Strong and firm,
    For he knew our lives

    Would have great concerns.

    So he gave us fathers
    To teach us to pray,
    And guide our lives,
    And show us the way.

    So on his day
    Let’s take the time
    To say “Thanks, dad.

    I’m glad you’re mine.”

    - By Mary Frances Bogle

    Father’s Day Poem 6: My Dad

  • When I was just a tiny kid,
    Do you remember when,
    The time you kissed my bruises,

    Or cleaned by soiled chin?

    You scrambled for the balls I hit,
    (Short-winded more than not,)
    Yet, every time we’d play a game,
    You praised the “outs” I caught.

    It seems like only yesterday,
    You wiped away my tears,

    And late at night I called your name,
    To chase away my fears.

    Though time has changed your handsome grip,
    Your hair is snowy white,
    You gait’s a little slower now,
    Thick glasses help your sight.

    Oh, do I thirst for years gone by,
    To be that growing lad,

    Re-living all of the memories,
    Of growing with my dad.

    Father’s Day Poem 7: Be Kind To Thy Father

  • Be kind to thy father,
    for when thou wert young,
    Who loved thee so fondly as he?
    He caught the first accents that

    fell from thy tongue,
    And joined in thy innocent glee.

    Father’s Day Poem 8: Happy Fathers Day

  • Happy Fathers Day
    Happy Fathers day means more
    than have a happy day
    It means i love you first of all

    Then thanks for all you do
    It means you mean a lot to me
    and that I honor you.

    Father’s Day Poem 9: Before I Was Myself, You Made Me, Me

  • Before I was myself you made me, me
    With love and patience, discipline and tears,
    Then bit by bit stepped back to set me free,

    Allowing me to sail upon my sea,
    Though well within the headlands of your fears.

    Before I was myself you made me, me
    With dreams enough of what I was to be
    And hopes that would be sculpted by the years,
    Then bit by bit stepped back to set me free,
    Relinquishing your powers gradually
    To let me shape myself among my peers.

    Before I was myself you made me, me,

    And being good and wise, you gracefully
    As dancers when the last sweet cadence nears
    Bit by bit stepped back to set me free.
    For love inspires learning naturally:
    The mind assents to what the heart reveres.
    And so it was through love you made me, me
    By slowly stepping back to set me free.

    Father’s Day Poem 10: Happy Father’s Day to My Dear Dad

  • Happy Father’s Day to my dear Dad!
    As you have loved me, so have I loved you,
    Pleased to tell you, now that words are due,
    Pleased to have this chance to make you glad.
    Your years of love and sacrifice have had
    For me the force that you would wish them to,
    A wind that takes me home to harbors new,
    The inner voice in clothes familiar clad.

    How might I be myself, except I see
    Each gesture in the mirror of your grace,
    Remembered as it was when long ago,
    Ere I knew why, I looked to you for love?
    So am I of you inextricably,
    Defined by trends not difficult to trace
    As I grow into someone that I know,
    Yet myself in ways that time will prove.

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