Missing You Poem

This poem is dedicated to my little brother, who has been out of my life for the past 7 years. We miss and love you, praying that you are in good health. Forever loved by your BIG SIS

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When I was 8 years old my siblings and I went into foster care. I was separated from my three younger siblings. My youngest brother went one place, my sister and my other brother went to...

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Absent Brother

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Published: January 2008

My Dear little brother, how alone you must have felt.
Alone in the world without any help.
Not knowing if anyone cared.
I know it's not fair without family and the memories we shared.
There's nothing that we could do to bring time back.
I just want you to know we love you no matter where you are.
So if this is the first time in your life that you feel loved.
It's coming from our hearts, from up above.
There have been so many years you have been by yourself.
Without family around and no one to help.
Even if it was to just say "hi" or goodbye.
We have all been invisible and we don't know why.
I think about you and I get so sad.
I'm sure you do too when you are mad.
So please let me open my arms up once again.
To let you know that I'm always there when you need a friend.
Life is too short for you not to know.
How I feel inside
I just can't let it go.
So until we see each other again.
May God bless you, little brother
We are still best friends.

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  • by Precious IA
  • 3 years ago

When I was 8 years old my siblings and I went into foster care. I was separated from my three younger siblings. My youngest brother went one place, my sister and my other brother went to another place, and I went to another. Then about 1 1/2 years later they were adopted. I saw the older two of the three one, that was planned. I haven't seen my youngest brother at all. Now, I think about them all the time. I can't help but think that it's all my fault...

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