Black People : Fathers Day Fuggliness (A Question)

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  1. MANASIAC

    MANASIAC Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Dig dis fam.

    Was it any reason why their no real love for fathers day poems or any poems? I mean it was about 7 of them all together.

    I am not playa hating ya dig, I was just wondering, mothers day was jampacked with poetry. I know errybody aint got no daddy, but man I thought the Poetry Forum aint show no love to the fathers.

    So with that said.

    Too all the Fathers Day Poem Posters and Responders, yall really gave me a happy fathers day even tho I aint know daddy, I appreciate the love once again.

    And to others who want to check out fathers day poetry dig back a few pages well maybe about 87, u know how poetry do, but you can find some and also Watz and some others have some Peaceful Quiet Poetry Lounge, and Angelicsage has a Fathers day poem that you can catch before it gets swept under the back page rug.

    Thank yall for reading,

    And Happy Belated Fathers Today :)
     
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    oops ... i'm all confizzled ... my bad

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    hi my dear brother
    no discussion are allow in the poerty forum
    so i move your thread to the open forum
    Peace~N~Love
    BlueWater:heart:
     
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    I don't frequent the poetry forum, but I always give love to fathers...particularly black fathers, that take care of their kids. Fathers Day will never be as popular as Mothers Day...that is the reality. I believe that a black father is the most underappreciated job on earth, but we are important nonetheless.
     
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    THank ya sister Blue for moving, I will post here the next time, I am sorry about that.

    Amen Brother Pan, thank you for the response.

    And sister Destee you will make it.
     
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    Let me correct one thing I said: "a black father is the most underappreciated job on the earth". What I should have said is fatherhood is the most underappreciated job on earth; however, a black father is the most underappreciated "person" on the earth.
     
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    I know what you meant Pan. I am wit ya.
     
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