Fathers Day Poems in Spanish from Daughter

Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June in Spain. It is a day to honor fathers and father figures, such as grandfathers and stepfathers. On this day, children often give their fathers gifts and cards.

They may also write poems or essays about their fathers. Spanish Father’s Day poems often express gratitude for all that fathers do for their children. They may also express love and appreciation for the special bond between father and child.

If you’re not sure where to start, try looking up some classic Spanish poetry. You can also look for poems specifically written for Father’s Day. Either way, make sure to put your own spin on it so that your dad knows it came from the heart.

Happy Father’s Day!

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History of Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a holiday that celebrates the role of fathers in society. It is typically observed on the third Sunday in June, although it can fall on any day of the year.

The history of Father’s Day is believed to date back to the Middle Ages when it was common for fathers to be honored with a special church service on St. Joseph’s Day. However, it wasn’t until the early 20th century that Father’s Day began to be celebrated more widely. In the United States, the holiday was first proposed by a woman named Sonora Smart Dodd in 1909. Dodd wanted to create a holiday to honor her own father, who had raised her and her five siblings after her mother died.

Dodd’s idea caught on, and Father’s Day was officially recognized as a national holiday in the United States in 1966. Today, Father’s Day is celebrated in many countries around the world, including, Spain, India, Pakistan, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

Spanish fathers day poems – phrases

But, let’s start with a few short phrases, suitable for writing or saying to your father, so that he knows how much he mans to you …

¡Feliz Día, Papá!

Happy Day, Dad!

¡Te Quiero, Papá!

I Love You, Dad!

Para Mi Papá …

For My Dad …

Papá …¡Eres lo mejor!

Dad … You’re the best!

Gracias, Papá, por cuidar de mi.

Thank you, Dad, for taking care of me.

El mejor regalo que Dios me dió fue mi padre.

The best present that God gave me was my father.

And, now, for those Spanish fathers day poems.

Spanish fathers day poems

In this Spanish poem entitled “A Mi Padre” (To My Father), the author gives thanks for all his Father has taught him and done for him …

A Dios doy gracias por ser mi padre,

Por tus reproches y consejos,

Por el bien que me enseñaste,

Y de mi ser siempre cuidaste.

Por ser padre bondadoso,

Lleno de paz y sabiduría.

Porque amas la verdad,

Justicia y rectitud en demasía.

Por ser mi padre amado,

Y enseñarme la caridad.

Sentimientos nobles te cubren,

No conoces la maldad.

Caballero noble y parco,

Me enseñaste a luchar,

Aspirando siempre a lo más alto,

Y a mis sueños no renunciar.

Por aborrecer todo lo malo,

Por tus celestiales valores,

Por guiarme de la mano

En senderos llenos de flores.

Por tus palabras de aliento

En mis momentos más tristes.

Por tus silencios elocuentes

Que me calman dulcemente.

Por tu mirada sabia y profunda,

Por tu expresión tan serena,

Por tu paciencia y tesón,

Torbellino de cosas buenas.

Por ser hombre testarudo,

Aferrado a tu convicción.

Por mantener en alto tus ideales,

Sin perder la calma o razón.

Por instruirme en la vida,

Y enseñarme a no mentir.

Por preocuparte por mis problemas,

Y recompensa no pedir.

Por enseñarme nobles valores:

El amor, rectitud y compasión,

Justicia, desinterés, trabajo,

Caridad, verdad y el perdón.

And here is a short poem in Spanish entitled “Padre” or “Father”, simply proclaiming the love his father has given him …

Mi Padre es aquel hombre,

Que no nadamas me dio su nombre,

Que desde chico me crio,

Y todo su amor el me dio,

Fathers day poems in English

I thank God for being my father,

for your reproaches and advice,

for the good you taught me,

and you always took care of me.

For being a kind father,

full of peace and wisdom.

Because you love truth,

Justice and righteousness too much.

For being my beloved father,

and teaching me charity.

Noble sentiments cover you,

You know no evil.

Noble and sparing knight,

You taught me to fight,

Always aspiring to the highest,

And not giving up on my dreams.

For hating everything bad,

For your heavenly values,

For guiding me by the hand

On paths full of flowers.

For your words of encouragement

in my saddest moments.

For your eloquent silences

That calm me sweetly.

For your wise and profound look,

For your serene expression,

For your patience and tenacity,

Whirlwind of good things.

For being a stubborn man,

clinging to your conviction.

For keeping your ideals high,

without losing your calm or reason.

For instructing me in life,

and teaching me not to lie.

For worrying about my problems,

And reward not asking.

For teaching me noble values:

Love, righteousness and compassion,

Justice, selflessness, work,

Charity, truth and forgiveness.

My father is that man,

who not only gave me his name,

who raised me from a young age,

and gave me all his love,


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