Addiction Poems about Family - Page 2

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  1. If You Knew...

    • By Nikki Costello
    • Published: May 2016
    Addiction Is Deceitful

    Welcome, welcome,
    step right up.
    I'll give you confidence,
    I'll bring you luck!

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  3. Monkey Business

    • By Ashley Depuy
    • Published: November 2015
    Poem About My Relationship With An Addict

    That monkey on your back,
    He's a tricky little guy.
    I thought that he was dead and gone.
    I thought he said goodbye.

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    I can relate a lot to this as well. I'm married to an addict. He just got out of prison this month and is already back in jail for meth. He's 40 years old and we have four kids together, and...

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  4. Dear Daddy...

    • By Jessica Camarena
    • Published: July 2015
    Poem About Choosing Alcohol Over Daughter

    I haven't seen you
    And it kills me,
    But what can I do?
    I can't set you free!

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  6. Dad

    • By Kevin
    • Published: July 2015
    Poem About Wanting Dad's Love And Affection

    Dad and I never got along
    Our relationship wasn't very strong
    I love my dad so much
    I wish that we could keep in touch

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  7. Words Of A Silent Killer

    • By Jessica Eck
    • Published: June 2015
    Poem About Meth Controlling A Person

    You think you have control,
    But I am the one who has it.
    You do not, not in the least bit.
    I make you cry because if I don't, then people wonder why.

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    I began to use meth when I was 16. Growing up as a child, it seemed as though I wasn't loved or cared for. Violence took a toll in the family. Father was a meth addict. Mother was an...

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  8. Girl And Boy

    • By Jessica Dollard
    • Published: February 2015
    Poem About Power Of Drugs

    In her life there was some joy.
    Then one day she met a boy.

    He seemed to take away her tears.

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  10. The Shooting Star

    • By B. J. Hollister
    • Published: September 2014
    Poem About Effects Of A Sibling's Drug Addiction

    The shooting stars we used to see,
    Up in the sky, just you and me,
    Those are the times I hold so dear,
    Laughing, joking, we had no fear.

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    This poem hit home for me. I have a brother who I used to be best friends with. We did everything together, even after I found out that he was addicted to heroin and crack. I would ask him to...

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  11. A Letter To A Young Addict From His Mother

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    This letter is dedicated to families
    who have suffered living
    with an addict.
    The unsung heroes who are never recognized,

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  12. I'm An Addict

    • By Dee Phillips
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About How Addiction Happens

    It's walking a path, a path you take every day,
    but suddenly one day there is a huge hole in the middle of your path
    and you're not paying attention
    because you walked this path every day for years.

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    I'm 46 and life has passed me by because of addiction. I've also been a cutter for 30 years, and nothing can stop the tears.

  13. They Took You Away

    • By Aimee Fox
    • Published: January 2014
    Poem About Losing Brother To Alcohol

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    I was 25, you were only 28.
    A thousand times we tried to help you,
    But we were still too late.

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