As a pastor's kid, are you looking for a fabulous Father's Day gifts but have no good ideas? You may have no enough money to buy the perfect Father's Day gift for your special father who is great pastor. Why don't you write your own appreciation poems for your father? It will be simple but meaningful; you can imagine the happy smile on your father while he read your sincere Father's Day poem.
For some, writing a poem is as natural as riding a bike, but for the majority of us, apart from needing a pen and paper, we don’t know where to start. Here are top 5 Father's Day Poems for your pastor father may help you.
by Brix Ambray
His soul strengthens mine,
His smile encourages everyone
He is my number one fan,
A great father and only one
He is far from us to work
His presence is always with me..
And he always reminds me
To be a good boy and prioritize my study
His personality is strong,
Yet full of life.
With authority, courage and love
He is a good husband and a good father,
A good son, a friend and a teacher..
I am proud to bear his name,
To have his blood...
And to be his child.
by Beautiful Chaos
A father never wants to see
His child goes astray
Every day he tries his best
To help you on your way
Knows at times you'll have to fail
Learn things on your own
No matter how it hurts to see
His baby bird has flown
Protector of a youthful heart
Consoler of all pains
A hero in the eyes of love
The blood within your veins
Child love your father now
Give him all your praise
Our time in life is limited
Wisely use these days
Give back all he's given you
This love is something rare
It's flow is unconditional
Strength beyond compare
Happy Fathers Day
Today of all the other 365 days of the year is Fathers Day
hopefully the sky will be clear
Today is the days children tell their daddy's they love them
but I think that's stupid,
I don't agree with them
because if they had my daddy
They are very lucky to have someone as lovely as him
to have someone who's always there for you,
From the beginning to the end
And so i feel bad, because i couldn't ask for anyone better
and I should tell him,
I love you, whatever the weather
But thank god for today,
Because otherwise I wouldn't of said anything and then concourse
Daddy would never know how much he means to me today
I'll tell him i love him and that I'm sorry
Sorry i ever disappointed him, forgive me?
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.
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.
He's my dad when I need real guidance,
But if I need a pal for a while,
He's right there in each situation,
Not with just concern, but a smile.
Kids need someone like that,
To help them draw that line,
Between what is right and wrong.
Sometimes the difference is hard to define.
So I'd like to thank Dad for being there,
For helping me all the way.
And to all the Dads who stand by their kids,
God bless you this Father's Day.