Abandonment Poems - Page 4

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  1. 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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  3. The Decision

    • By Lisa Wilbur
    • Published: March 2008
    Poem About Father And Bad Choices

    I know everything I need to know
    I know all the reasons you had to go.
    You cannot say that I am wrong,
    And I do not believe your reasons ...

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    As reading this I began to cry, it had reminded me of my mother. She had known everything about me. When she was alive I was happy.

  4. Where Were You?

    • By Cameron M. Lawson
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Dad Not Spending Time With Daughter

    Where were you for ten years?
    It was because of you I would cry
    You said that you would be there
    But I've heard that lie...

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    Wow, that is quite a journey you have had in your lifetime . Well I can kinda relate to that . A little after I was born my dad walked out on me and my mom . It was so depressing for me that...

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  6. I'll Never Call Him Daddy

    • By Brittany D. Bevel
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Father Entering Life Unexpectedly

    I'll Never Call Him Daddy

    My first word was not Da-da.
    It didn't need to be,...

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    I was born on July 2,1997 in Juan Luis Hospital on St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands my mother was from Chicago and my father was from Cuba. According to my mother and grandmother my father...

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  7. Listen To Me

    • By Charlee A. Robson
    • Published: February 2006
    Would She Really Leave Poem

    Would she really leave
    And just walk out the door?
    I used to think she wouldn't,
    But now I have no clue....

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  8. Treat Me Like Your Daughter

    Poem About Missing Younger Years With Dad

    The younger years were so much better,
    when you treated me like your daughter.
    You would throw me in the air,
    and catch me before I hit the ground....

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    OMG, this poem rocks. Thank you so much for writing this poem. I don't know much about what is going on at your home, but this poem reminded me a lot of my place. And as soon as I thought no...

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  10. Unheard

    • By Bentli
    • Published: April 2008
    Poem About Feeling Unheard

    Why can't she see,
    These laughs and smiles are fake
    And when uncovered,
    The shattered pieces of my soul spill to the red tainted floor below....

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    • Rating 4.26
  11. Waiting For My Dad

    Poem About Not Waiting Any More For Parents Love

    I sit alone in the darkness
    Waiting for him to come back to me.
    Can he hear my cries?

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    I haven't lost my dad, but I did lose one of my closest friends who sent me a scary letter then never talked to me again. A year later, and I'm still waiting for him. This poem explains just...

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  12. Hush Now, Baby

    • By Jennifer L. Ingle
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Father Not Visiting Child On His Weekend

    Hush now, baby,
    please don't cry.
    It's your daddy's weekend,...

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    • Rating 4.23
  13. On My Own

    • By Crystal Cayton-Hurley
    • Published: November 2007
    Poem With Hateful Words To Mom

    My memories will fade when you're six feet under in your grave
    What can I say, you've been dead to me for years
    Since you disappeared and left me alone,
    All them years to wonder what I've done...

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    My mother had a miserable life and was left with 3 kids. She became a hopeless alcoholic, but worked every day at a job and provided for us. She would drink and come into our room and wake us...

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