Love of a Father


The daughter is the feminine side of the father;
The son, the father in a younger version;
The father loves them both;
But expresses it differently.

He may not cuddle his child like the mother does;
But that doesn’t mean he has no affection for him;
He watches over the kid with hawk-like eyes;
Ever ready to come to his rescue come what may.

He watches when your eyes are closed…

Tenderness is a trait every father has;
Although we may not see it in his actions;
But if only you would take time and look into his eyes;
You would realize he loves you more than you think.

Our mothers are irreplaceable and so are our fathers;
Their firmness and strength of character is to keep us safe;
Mothers bear our pain with us;
But the father’s touch takes the pain away.

He teaches him the way he should go…

So whenever he scolds or shouts in anger;
And you run away crying;
He cries with you in his heart;
And feels your hurt in his quietude.

A father’s love, who can understand?
Strong and firm, harsh but kind;
Not always expressive but always present;
His love is felt most in his silence.

Let’s celebrate our fathers in our hearts at all times. 🙂
Photo credits to Google(c) Images.
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7 Comments Add yours

  1. What truth you have expressed, Josey! Amen

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  2. Lester Young says:

    So very beautiful!

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    1. joseyphina says:

      Thanks, Lester! 🙂

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  3. Hi hon, wonderful traits and I certainly miss them coming from a man… my grandfather was all these!

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    1. joseyphina says:

      We thank God for his life, Deb. I pray that all memories you have of him would be deeply treasured in your heart. Have a nice day, dear!

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  4. A very special poem to me, thanks for sharing it! God bless!

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    1. joseyphina says:

      I’m glad it is to you, Wendell! Much blessings to you! 🙂

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