Missing You Poem

A son writes about the sorrow he experiences since his father has cut off their relationship. He keeps his pain deep inside and still hopes for reconciliation.

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My mom left me 7 years ago and my dad left me 13 years ago. I saw him again 7 years ago but only for a few months. I love them but hate them. I miss them but never wanna see them again. I was...

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My Sorrow

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Published: February 2006

It's been two months now.
I've locked all my pain inside.
Only I see what you have done to me.
I am cautious and aware.
I allow no one to see my broken heart.
In the silence of my room
I cry myself to sleep,
Wishing someday we will see each other again.
All my life you have been in the shadows.
Some days there, some days not,
But in order to see the rainbow,
We must endure the storm,
So I will wait until you see
That all this fighting is for nothing.
I am dying deep down
Since the last time I heard your voice.
It was a simple 'hello'
Then the sound of the ring tone.
Why must you do this?
Why must it be this way?
But I still love you
And forever will
Because I am still proud
To say that you're
My dad.

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  • Phoebe Kozlowski by Phoebe Kozlowski
  • 3 months ago

My mom left me 7 years ago and my dad left me 13 years ago. I saw him again 7 years ago but only for a few months. I love them but hate them. I miss them but never wanna see them again. I was an unplanned pregnancy, and they were gonna get an abortion but didn't have enough money.

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