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Daughter Poems. Best poems for daughters from mothers and fathers.

There is a different frequency between fathers and their daughters. Fathers always protect and care about their daughters. There some fathers who are friends to their daughters. Besides a mother’s being a role model for her daughter in the bringing up of her, she is usually the one who restricts her freedom. May be that is why the relationship between a mother and a girl is so strong. You can find very nice father-daughter and mother-daughter poems on our website.

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Daughter Poems Archive

Lost at Sea

There was upon a time…it’s been some years ago.
Once she, a little girl…now grown, a girl we know.

This little girl was she…as perfect as one could;
So sweet and precious too….in awe, her mother stood.

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You are my light at the end of every tunnel

I look into your eyes each morning
And I thank god you are mine
Not only are you my beginning
You are my end of time

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Modern girl

I am today’s girl
I am a modern girl
my emotional maturity is my plus
my confidence level is outstanding
we are of the modern blend

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Lovely Daughter

Lovely daughter, with eyes of blue,
How wonderfully fond I am of you.
Your beautiful, sweet, creative & smart,
I love you to pieces with all of my heart.

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My Daughter

You bring a smile even across miles
You light up my life with your smiles
Your embrace is my healing touch
You truly are a gift that I treasure so much

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Daughter

Very fair,pinked lips daughter when born,
Brought light into our lives,
A beautiful gift from almighty God
A real boon for her parents

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Paths

I’ve taken so many paths of my life
I’ve made so many wrong turns
I once was perfect in the eyes of God
I once was a princess through my fathers eyes

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Motherhood

No one to rear
No one to reprimand,
No one there –
My attention to demand

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A pair of shoes

A morning brewing tea,
Rarely often not,
A cup,sees stirred storm-
If I mind those little chides,

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Father and Daughter

Feeling his age he thought some other Sunday
morning might open the well of mist, luminous
haunt of lake with petulant squall of starlings’
conversations over their invisible breakfast

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