Father’s Day Poems

“I have been teaching her love all of her life, and all that I ask is that you continue the lesson.”

Jesse Parent’s “To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter” is one of the most-viewed poems on our channel, with over 3,000,000 views to date. Check out a few other great poems by or for dads below to celebrate Father’s Day!

G. Yamazawa – “The Bridge”
“My father is a chef. He’ll add extra syllables to his sentences like seasoning, something that tastes better in his mouth.”

William Evans – “Sickle”
“I stopped punishing my daughter for saying no in hopes that she never feels there’s a time she can’t say it.”

Phil Kaye – “Surplus”
“My grandfather was not a strong man, but he knew what it meant to build.”

Tui Scanlan – “Legacy”
“Anger will make you strong, but love will make you powerful.”