Abandonment Poems - Page 3

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  1. Father You Weren't There So I Cried

    • By Brittany M. Boyer
    • Published: February 2006

    Father today I was born as I look at the faces of all the doctors and Nurses and my mother. You weren't there I cried.

    Father today is my first day of the third grade. My grandparents and mother and sister hug me and say good luck. You weren't there. I cried

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    All throughout my life I always had my mom and dad, and I was a happy little girl. They got separated, but that didn't stop me from being daddy's little girl. When I was about 12, he decided...

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  3. We're Through

    Poem About Parents Leaving

    The pain you have made me feel,
    The situation, just unreal,
    You're supposed to be there for me,
    But a mother you'll never be....

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    I can relate to the pain and the necessary expression and conveyance of the hurt the author feels despite the fact that there are almost two generations between us. It is certainly a lucky...

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  4. A Far Away Dad

    • By Kaijah
    • Published: June 2008
    Want To Meet My Father

    Thinking what if you were here
    would you be nice
    would you be mean
    would you love me as much as I want to love you...

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    My mother and father split when I was 9. I am now a 29 year old woman with a daughter of my own. Since they split my biological father moved to Puerto Rico, I was told he told my mom if they...

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  6. Left Me

    • By Heather
    • Published: June 2008
    Father Keeps Leaving Family Poem

    Waiting alone in a quiet room,
    Bad things are what I start to assume,
    I wait longer and longer for him to leave again,
    As my body starts to feel nervous and numb, ...

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  7. A Stranger You Didn't See

    • By Christina Lopez
    • Published: January 2011

    If you saw me on the street
    Would you stop and talk to me
    Or would you look right past me,
    A stranger you didn't see?...

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  8. Walking Away From Us

    • By Rebecca March
    • Published: June 2010
    Wondering How Father Of Children Could Walk Out Poem

    How can you just leave us, how can you walk away
    when all I need is a little smile from them and it totally makes my day.

    How can you turn your back from your daughters' undying love?...

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    You have no idea how much this poem means to me. I cried the first 10 times I read it but I had to get used to it because I wanted to perform it for a competition. I didn't move on to the...

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  10. Closure

    • By Nicole M. Connolly
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Accepting Father Leaving


    How could you have left
    I was only a young girl
    I needed your help
    I didn't know much of this world

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    Hi my name is Geraldnae Shaw and I am 13 teen years old. My dad walked out on me, my mom, and 2 brothers. It's very hard for me. My dad was my best friend, we would do everything together....

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  11. Why Mommy, Why?

    • By Esterlina Moy
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Mom Treating Daughter Poorly

    Why Mommy must you treat me so bad
    I was there for you my whole life!
    And now all you do is make me feel sad.
    I try to hug you and you push me away.

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    Ok...that really hit me. My mom was not a drug addict nor was she after another man; she was after my dad. He was an alcoholic, abusive, and I am inclined to believe because of my mom and my...

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  12. The Mom I Never Knew

    • By Michelle E. Chapman
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Mom Not Being There

    You look like your mother, they said
    To be like her, I'd rather be dead
    What mother you know would abandon her kids
    Weeks at a time and leave no food there...

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  13. She Took You Away

    • By Charles M. Whitacre
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Father Wishing Things Were Different

    Sweet child of mine
    you will never know the
    love I have for you
    you will never know the...

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