I Love My Parents – Best Poems

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Source: Friendship Poems

1. Parents

They tried so hard to make us see,
We never listened, we only wanted to be free.
They gave us the tools to build our life,
We broke all the rules with our own strife.
The more thy tried to raise us the best,
The easier it was to be just like the rest.
No greater love has ever been,
We will need our parents, again and again.

2. A Parents Heart

When you feel like breaking down or crashing in,
Who do you turn to, to forgive your sin?
When you cried your lonely tears,
Who will be there to fight your fears?
And when it feels like no one would understand,
Who was there to hold your hand?

There are people whom you can’t replace,
They’re the ones who gave you your face.
They’ll love you through thick and thin,
They show you the light from deep within.
And if by chance, you happen to die,
They’ll be the ones who will really cry.

You see, my friend, there’s no one who can love you more,
Then your very own parents, that’s for sure.
Always remember that this is true,
That wherever you go, your parents will be there for you.

3. As A Boy

Well I grew up in the country.
But things were never too bad.
I have one person to thank.
My always hard working dad.
Sometimes there wasn’t much for Christmas.
But we always had something under the tree.
At least one pair of shoes to do all year.
Before himself, dad always thought of me.
I slept in a very cold room.
Back then that’s what we had to do.
One wood heater in the living room.
But dad’s bedroom was cold too.
We went to the grocery store once a week.
It would always be on payday.
Sometimes we would almost run out of food.
Somehow dad always found a way.
We hardly ever went on vacation.
Maybe a quite picnic on a summer day.
But not too far away from home.
Dad had worked overtime for extra pay.
I never told you while you were here.
Over twenty years now you have been at rest.
You were the hardest working man I ever knew.
And dad………. You were the best.

Source: Friendship Poems