A Special Father
I lost my dad a month after my 16th birthday. He was a my very best friend and hero in many ways. I can relate to this poem because I still love him even if he's not around physically. I believe …
Published: Jul 2008
Left an empty space
My world came crashing down
I couldn't breathe...couldn't talk...
I felt so numb, I couldn't walk.
It was so hard to believe
That you were gone.
Once so strong;
Where do I belong?
Why did you have to leave?
Why did you have to go?
Thinking of you brings tears to my eyes
I never thought I would see your demise
Who will teach me right from wrong?
Now that you are gone?
Daddy, you put me through varsity
You did that by working with your hands
You built big buildings and painted tall walls
Times were tough that I knew
You did what you could, to help me through
You could fixed anything you laid your hands on
There wasn't a thing you couldn't do
With a little cement or some glue
Just thinking about this, is making me blue!
You made me so proud on my wedding day
When you so unselfishly gave me away
You hugged me and wished me well
And I think a saw a tear
It was so hard for you to let me go
To let your "little girl" venture into a world unknown
Without you holding my hand or to catch me if I fall
But don't worry daddy
I remember everything you taught me
If I forget, it's a pity I can't call
Now its time for me to let you go
The hardest thing I've ever had to do
But before I do,
I want you to know, I'm so sorry for all I put you through
I Love you Daddy
More than words can describe
I wish you were here, I wish you were alive!