Grief Poem

A daughter feels shame that her father is not proud of her.

Invisible Daughter

© Reena Sharma


TO my Father
Invisible daughter
You keep by your side
The others don't see her
Behind you she hides
Your words speak for her
She has nothing to say
Wishes the others
Would just go away
Invisible daughter
Has your hazel eyes
Takes after her father
Looks do not lie
Your blood runs through her
They call your blood bad
Her features disgust them
This makes her feel sad
Your words speak for her
She has nothing to say
Wishes the others
Would just go away

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Published: Feb 2006

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