Here are a few stepfather poems that one can use on the fathers day.

Stepfather Poems

Being a father is a challenging task, but being a stepfather is even more difficult. He has to make many sacrifices and accept someone else's child as his own. This takes immense patience, love, understanding, and just a lot of ability in getting along the child. It is definitely not an easy task. As such, stepfathers deserve a special treatment for the compromises that they do. Therefore, on Father's Day, children who are under the guidance of stepfather must not miss the chance of showing their gratefulness. The most elegant way of treating him is to write a poem expressing thankfulness. Writing poem is not everyone's cup of tea. Therefore, in the following lines we have provided some stepfather poems to recite or write it inside a card and make them feel glad.

Father's Day Poems for Stepfather

My Dear Stepdad

To me you are a
Priceless commodity
A wealth of wisdom
You've been to me

If I have thoughts
I need to share
Always I know
That you will care

I always enjoy the things
We do together
When done with you
They're always better

You always have
An open mind
A better stepdad
I could never find
- Unknown Author

You're The Stepfather Best

When I need hugs
And a "I Love You"
I go to you for this
Tenderness and caring In you all this exists
You give me confidence
With your reassuring ways
To you I can always
Look to for praise

Thank you my dear stepfather
For showing that you care
A love like yours
Is beyond compare
- Unknown Author

A Message For My Stepfather

I'm so lucky to have
A stepfather like you
Without you in my life
I don't know what I'd do

When I need you
You're there for me
A better stepfather
You couldn't be

The bond we share
Will always be strong
In my eyes
You can do no wrong
- Unknown Author

Stepfathers Are No Less Than Those of Blood

Stepfathers are no less than those of blood:
The spirit is more comely than the flesh.
Equally, two mysteries might mesh,
Paired by nature or by neighborhood
Fathers are defined by how they love,
And not by how they multiply or breed.
Though you did not supply the primal seed,
How you've loved me does your kinship prove.
Each child must turn when life's too hard to bear,
Regarding someone's arms or empty air.
So do I turn, and always you are there.
- Unknown Author