Family Reunion Poem

To my father may he and I talk again one day.

My Father

© Brittany Kelley
You became my dad
On the day I was born,
You were so glad
And felt reborn.

As time went on
We grew closer and closer.
I was your little swan
And you were my composer.

I am your youngest child
And we were so happy.
But along the way I became wild
And you turned crappy.

One night when I told you
What I truly thought
We had a fight that was overdue
And we both became distraught.

Now we don't talk at all
And want nothing to do with one another
It's sad that this squall
Ruined everything between me and my father.

All I want is to talk
And forgive and forget
Just take a walk
Down memory lane like we just met
For the first time
In a long time.

Dad, I Love You
And you will always be my father.
You are my glue
That holds me together forever.
Dad, I Love You!

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Published: Nov 2007

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