Addiction Poems about Family - Page 7

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  1. Meth User

    • By Amber Hay
    • Published: August 2008

    In your everyday life you search for glory.
    I'm addicted to meth and here is my story.
    I went to high school just like you did.
    I even had three kids,

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  3. Why?

    • By Nicole
    • Published: August 2008
    My Sister Is Starting Drugs

    Why do you do this to me again and again?
    I am your family, I am your friend,
    But it just seems you only love it,
    The thing that's turning your life to spit.

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  4. A Mother In Hiding

    • By Christie
    • Published: August 2008
    Sisters Lose Their Mother To Drugs

    Deep down in every person they hold this image of the one they idolize.
    You have been that for me and my little sis.
    But as the waves passed we have felt so very cold and all alone.
    We know you lost loved ones; so have we.

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  6. Void Of You

    Poem About Support Of A Friend

    You were so supportive of me to seek treatment.
    Whenever I had something to get out of my heart, you let me vent.
    Other times when I was too depressed, you got me off the couch.
    You were the only one to get me out of that drug infested house.

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    Wow this story really gave me the goose bumps. I just had to say goodbye to someone who overdosed on heroin. It has been tough and I am struggling but because of this I believe that it will...

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  7. No Stem Or Needles For Me Anymore

    No stem or needles for me anymore.
    No need to buy any rigs or chore.
    Collapsed veins were my biggest fear.
    When I'm sick and shaking no need for tears.

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    Hello, my name is Sarah I'm 28 years old, and I've been an addict since I was 14 years old. For the first time in my life I am finally admitting that I am ​addicted to meth and downer pills....

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  8. Needle & Spoon

    • By Deborah Lee Foster
    • Published: June 2008
    Husband Addicted To Oxycontin

    My husband used to be lovable,
    until he met a new love, the
    needle and spoon.

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    My fiance is addicted to opiates not just oxy. Anything he can put in his arm. But I finally found a medication that helps him a lot. Its call suboxen and it works great for him. He is the...

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  10. When We Think

    • By Mickey Cooper
    • Published: May 2008
    Druggie Mom

    When we sit and we think
    about our childhood and what you did
    We wonder why you did those things

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    I was an addict too. I've been sober little over a year once I found out my sober, drug free girlfriend was pregnant I knew I had to change and I did for my son and so we could be a family...

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  11. My Dear Father

    • By Kera Elizabeth Barr
    • Published: April 2008
    Following In Ways Of Father

    You tear me apart
    Gashed, beaten and worn at the seams
    I love you
    Although you are no longer yourself

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  12. Red Light

    • By Brittney Elizabeth
    • Published: March 2008
    Teenager Killed By A Drunk Driver Poem

    He was the most loved with a million friends.
    Football star with so many wins.
    He had the cutest smile that you would ever see.
    He was the funniest person that you would ever meet.

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  13. How Could You?

    • By Laura graves
    • Published: March 2008
    Poem About Mom's Drug Addiction

    How could you let it control you?
    Things were fine in the beginning.
    I could tell you anything,
    but now we can't even speak.

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