Addiction Poems about Family - Page 7

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  1. 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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  3. 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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  4. Just One More Day

    • By Kara
    • Published: July 2010

    Just one more use; it's not abuse
    To make it through my day

    Just one more day is all I want

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  6. 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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  7. Never Say Never

    • By Lisa
    • Published: February 2008
    Addict Like My Parents Poem

    I never thought I'd live my life with a needle in my arm.
    I never meant to treat loved ones this way
    or cause any person harm.
    I never could have seen myself being a junky at 17.

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    I get on here every couple of years, I wrote this poem when I was 17. I knew that I was traveling a path that was not right. I also knew that it was the same direction as my father who today...

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  8. The Raging Tide

    • By Brian Francis
    • Published: August 2008

    I walked away from home so early
    Set out across the nation wide
    I found in sorrow life's true measure
    With just a thumb I hitched a ride

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  10. Drug Overdose

    • By Alex
    • Published: October 2007

    I saw death for the first time.
    My life was decaying,
    My body was cold and numb.
    My head was taking me away from reality.

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    The last time I OD'd, my mom found me. When I came out of my coma, I was told my mom overdosed.

  11. Help Me Momma

    Poem About A Mother Addicted To Crystal Meth

    A 16 year old boy alone in his room,
    nothing left in his life but gloom.

    He cleans up the kitchen empty of food,

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    My mom and I used to be so close. We both had the same drug of choice, meth, and cleaned up in 2007 together. We bonded over it. Talked about it. Grew from it. I even lived with her for about...

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  12. No Excuse...It's The Cocaine

    Effects Of Cocaine Use

    Gone are the years when you were addicted
    Pain still remains of all those inflicted
    Sad are the memories of when you were high
    Hurt are the ones who helped you get by

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  13. Addiction Took Another Soul

    • By Natausha Henry
    • Published: December 2008

    She puts it to her lips with ease,
    just hurting deep inside.
    Tried to hide the pain away,
    to get that one last high.

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