Mother Daughter Poem

Relationship Between An Addict And Her Daughter

I was a mom who was addicted to meth and put my daughter through more than any child should have to endure until I got caught 7 years ago. I have been clean ever since, but through it all...my daughter, Alex, ALWAYS showed me true, unconditional love! That love has taken me through the worst and best times of my life!

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There is so much. My daughter lives with my mom because she was taken 3 times. I won and only failed the 1st drug screen. She was tired of always being scared, so she asked me to please place...

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My Daughter's Love

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Published: April 2017

Through all my good and bad,
You love me still the same.   
You saw me at my worst,
Addicted, full of shame.

I remember you sleeping next to me,
Hugging me so tight
While I silently wept tears
That your sweet hands would wipe.

I never had to worry
If we would be okay,
Because I knew through your sweet prayers
God would pave a way.

We would laugh and talk for hours
About life and boys and friends.
While silent in my thoughts,
I wondered how my fate would end.

Then the day would come
That I would face my darkest sin
And deal with all those demons of addiction
That I had deep within.

But it was you my, precious daughter,
Who loved me all the same;
Through the good times and the bad,
In your heart is where I remain.

Thank you for your affection
And unconditional love.
God sent me an angel,
My daughter, from heaven above.

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  • Lashawn Wilson by Lashawn Wilson
  • 3 months ago

There is so much. My daughter lives with my mom because she was taken 3 times. I won and only failed the 1st drug screen. She was tired of always being scared, so she asked me to please place her there. I live right next door, and it hurts me and I am ashamed. I got in a bad wreck and broke every bone but my back and neck. I can't work and buy all the cool things. It breaks my heart. I just want her to know God saved me for a reason and I want her to come see me and answer my calls. I'm still her mom, and he saved my life for some reason. I don't want my 12-year-old daughter to be bought by cash or things. No one will love her the same as me.

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