Abandonment Poem

A daughter expresses the void in her life missing a person who is most important.


© Casi J. Pfile

My Friend,
You tried to cheer me when I was sad; you always knew when I was really felt bad, cause of humor, I mean my dad,
I wish I could show him, let him see, he didn't just leave my mom he also left me, and I always wish the dreams of him would let me be, so now I locked him out of my heart and throw away the key,
I wish I could see him now, and ask him why, what, where, and how, and maybe then I wouldn't give a cow,
if he was here when I was young, I don't think I would have done all the things I have done, but if he left after I ever knew him I would have missed him a ton, maybe he would have called me honeybun,
I wish he were here to capture all my fear, I miss him a lot even though I never knew him I donít care about anything or what heís got, but one thing he should have is me and my mom, those 2 should have walked down the aisle and said I do,
But things are different nowadays, and Iíll have to except that in my own way!


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Published: Feb 2006

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