Happy Father’s Day Poem
May all of your drives hit the green and roll up to the pin.
And when you put for birdie they always go in.
May you make lite work of all your household chores.
And when you’re rowing the dingy may you never lose an ore.
May your sails never luff and forever fill with wind.
And may each journey end as safely as they begin.
May all your ski days have no lift lines and bright skies.
I hope your boots stay comfortable, and you keep your in shape thighs.
May your wife always love you and your truck never run out of gas.
After 40 years of life I finally understand what you mean by
“it goes by fast”…Happy Father’s Day Pop! Have Fun!
Your son, The Daddy Adjustment
Posted on June 17, 2012, in New Dad Survival Guide and tagged Father's Day, golf dad, Happy Father's Day, love, new dad, New England, new father, poem, Things dad's like. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.