'My Dad' Poem Print

Bespoke Verse

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A Dad poem that says it all, with simple, elegant wording and design.

Our beautifully designed Dad print makes the perfect gift for a father - whether it's his birthday, Christmas, Father's Day or simply because he is wonderful!

The theme is all about what dads do and mean to us. The poem ends with a thank you to your individual and awesome dad.

Written by Bespoke Verse poet Joanna Miller, this poem is actually a 14-line sonnet. The gorgeous design is by Russet and Gray.

Whether he is a rock, a beam, a mentor or team player, every dad deserves (and loves) a bit of recognition now and then!

The print is available in grey, red, blue and black on brown.

The print comes unframed, but we'd be happy to frame it for you. There is a choice of two white wooden frames: smooth or stepped.

For an additional fee, you are welcome to add a short message (max 8 words) at the bottom of the poem.

The poem is printed onto the highest quality GF Smith white A4 card (330gsm) using Dura-Bright waterproof ink. Unframed prints are sent out in super-stiff envelopes.

The lightweight wooden frames are either stepped matt white with a slightly grained effect, or smooth satin white. Each frame has a hook for wall hanging. The front is perspex. There is no mount around the print.

Each frame is hand-finished in the UK by Fine Art Trade Guild commended framers. The framed product is dispatched in a purpose-made picture box.

The print is H30 x W21cm (A4) and when framed is H34.5 x W25.7 x D2cm


You’re always there to lend hand

To listen and to understand

It helps to know you’re by my side

Never judging, full of pride

You’re ever-ready (never waver)

With a hug, a lift, a favour

A chat, a loan, a joke, a smile

You always go the extra mile.

You’re an oak, a rock, a beam

The centre forward of our team

A coach, a mentor and good sport

An inspiration and support.

So thank you Dad for all you do

And mostly, thanks for being you.

Copyright Joanna Miller 2014. (Author's permission required to reproduce this poem).

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