Addiction Poem about Family

Just To Do Drugs

This is about a daddy's boy who changes his life just to do drugs and loses everything he had.

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This poem really has touched me. I know these things really do happen. I'm only 15, but it brought tears to my eyes. I have been through a lot with most of my family members on pills. and how...

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Published: March 2009

Daddy, thank you for being so proud of me.
A football player, that's what I'm going to be,
I score, I win one more,
But now I'm doing things against the law.
You told me to have so much pride,
But now I cannot hold my head up high.
Smash, bang, slam, shatter,
Everybody is asking what is the matter.
I'm covered in blood; I wish I did not do them pills,
Daddy, all I'm seeing is bloody hills,
I punched, I kicked him, I put a bottle to his head.
Daddy, I'm not sure if he is lying there dead,
Minus 10 degrees my body freeze,
Daddy help me I'm on my hands and knees,
My body has turned into a earthquake vibration,
I cant make it to be a hospital patient,
My small blue eyes as big as the sun,
My girlfriend she was such a Hun,
I feel like I have been stabbed by a thousand knives,
My girlfriend said pills ruin lives,
Oh yeah daddy I'm not with her any more,
I broke her heart to go against the law,
I think I'm going to have to say goodbye so soon,
Daddy this was not to my expectations,
The highs were all in my imagination,
My teeth eating away at my gums,
I just hope tomorrow comes.

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  • Megan Kidd by Megan Kidd
  • 10 years ago

This poem really has touched me. I know these things really do happen. I'm only 15, but it brought tears to my eyes. I have been through a lot with most of my family members on pills. and how I was so disappointed in them, because they never seemed like they would do it. I guess anything can happen in a blink of an eye. But this is a really good poem.

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