Addiction Poems about Family - Page 5

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  1. Who Are You To Judge?

    People want to say bad things
    And judge you for the monster you've become
    But they don't know the truth
    Of just how bad drugs have made you numb

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    This poem really hit home. It reminded me so much of my oldest daughter's dad who is an addict and sitting in jail waiting to go to prison over his addiction. He was such a wonderful man...

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  3. 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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  4. Till Meth Do We Part

    • By Lowell Aguirre
    • Published: December 2008

    I have a love for meth that no one can understand.
    And nothing in this world can make me feel the way she can.
    Since the first time I met her I knew she was the one.
    Never questioning or judging me despite the things I've done.

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    Thank you for your sharing your words! I am an addict and have struggled with it most of my life. I came from a very privileged home and had every opportunity handed to me, but I was hiding...

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  6. Most Fathers

    Poem Wishing You Were Like Most Fathers

    Most fathers recall when their children were born -
    that instant bond that could never be torn.

    Most fathers watch as their children grow

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    My son became a father on 9-9-09 and he has neglected his son because he is always at the bar. He even let him move to Michigan with his mother because he didn't want to take care of him or...

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  7. 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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  8. That's Right I'm The Daughter Of An Addict

    • By JustBree
    • Published: January 2017

    As I went away,
    You wasted another day.
    I guess I wasn't as important
    As you used to say.

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  10. I Remember

    • By Lynne
    • Published: January 2009
    Poem About Growing Up With An Alcoholic Father

    I remember when the police came to our house.
    You didn't want to go with them.

    I remember when my mom wanted to leave.

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    this really describes my life with my father

  11. Truly Drug Free

    • By Elle M.
    • Published: July 2011
    Poem About Being By An Addict's Side

    I was there when you fell in the ditch,
    I was there when cocaine made you itch.
    I was there upon your first cry.
    I was there when you wanted to know why.

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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. 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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