Tag Archives: fatherhood poems

Appreciation for the Big Things

“Don’t expect your children to love you, so they can, if they want to.” –Ron Padgett there is nothing like my son’s kiss on the cheek my daughter’s hug the evening and the morning and the next day

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Working Dad

missed t-ball boy being a “baseball sport” lacking an sd card

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Haibun: Happiness

There is nothing like your little girl running down the hallway, all hair and giggles with her book in her hand, nothing like story time after a day of reliable failure. There is nothing like this reminder that there is … Continue reading

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What Gets Noticed

So I got a poem accepted today by the Eunoia Review today and it will come out in late June 2016. It’s like the ninth or tenth “fatherhood” poem, but the sixth “Sam” poem accepted. I’ve mentioned before that I’ve … Continue reading

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