A Dear Dad / and Grandad (60 – 80 years)

Heading off to primary school then onto secondary or grammar,
 at break time enjoying playing football with the other lads,
a father is first a little boy, child, teenager and then a young 
adult learning about life, long before becoming a dad.

Walking past a line of Triumph motorbikes, the riders wearing 
black leather jackets and Levi jeans in front of a rock cafe,
smartly dressed Mods on scooters decorated with multiple
chrome mirrors listen to a rhythm and blues band play.

Elvis and rock and roll was followed by the contemporary
pop sound of the Beatles, also known as The Fab Four,
listening on a Sunday evening to Radio One’s Top 20 on a
pocket sized silver transistor radio, wishing there was more.

Watching World Cup football on the new television, the  
teams’ players in black and white on a screen of silver grey,
using a tape recorder to save your favourite songs then 
enjoying meeting up with friends and listening to them play.

Driving your first car, a light sky blue Ford Anglia looking 
wishfully at the sleek sporty lines of a black and cream Capri,
going to a pop, blues and folk festival with a hippy crowd in 
colourful Flower Power clothes, as far as the eye can see.

As a small child you taught me to how tie my laces, picked 
me up and gently hugged me when I tripped and fell down,
answered hundreds of questions with patient answers and 
 sunshine in your smile, only very rarely the slightest frown.

The special paternal all encompassing love built on a lifetime 
of giving and caring, which we/I have all been blessed to share,
we/I are honoured to have such a wonderful much loved 
dad and grandad, for whom we/I deeply care.

Happy Birthday Dad   love from Matt

(This poem can be altered to just dad and also from we to I. Please let me know what you would like and I shall adjust the poem for you.)


A poem can be a thoughtful very personal gift for a birthday, Father’s Day and Christmas.
My poetry is written to be uplifting and evocative, reminding the reader or listeners of how much we care about our dad and grandad, and appreciate all that he has done for us. 
My poems have been very well received by readers of all ages and backgrounds. 

(Photos coming soon.)

OPTIONS

DIGITAL DOWNLOAD Dispatched within 1 day. Please remember to check your spam/junk folder.The email will be sent as a PDF file. I will enclose a guide on how to open the file with the poem and invoice.

CARD  Printed on high quality 350 gsm white A4 card or 240 gsm lightly textured ivory matte A4 card (frame not included). The poem is placed in a protective cellophane wrapper and posted flat in a cardboard backed envelope.

PAPER SCROLL & PRESENTATION BOX – Printed on 100 gsm high quality lightly textured ivory matte A4 paper, tied with navy ribbon in an ivory card presentation box.                      

PERSONALISED
Poems can be personalised with the names, dates and words of your choosing, up to a maximum of 50 characters (including spaces). A contact form displays after payment (about 10 seconds) for your choice as to personalised or unpersonalised. If a poem is unpersonalised, I will add an extra verse.

DELIVERY
FREE delivery within the UK via Royal Mail 1st Class.

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PRICES

Digital Download £17.00
 Card  £19.95
Paper Scroll & Box £24.95

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