Addiction Poems about Family - Page 5

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  1. To My Daughter

    • By Vicki Yates
    • Published: August 2009
    Don't Follow In My Footsteps

    To my daughter:

    Most parents want their children
    To grow up and follow in their footsteps ...

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    My daughter has been addicted to drugs for the past year. She has disowned her whole family. I take care of my grandson. She hates me for that, but she gave him to me. Now she's losing him in...

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  3. 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.

  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. I Still Love You, Mama

    • By Natasha Carr
    • Published: July 2011
    Poem About Mother Choosing Drugs Over Child

    I'm 16 and wondering if I fill your shoes
    Moving slowly while avoiding all your wrong moves
    Looking at your pictures feeling nothing but fear
    You're so far away but your love seems near

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    Wow, this pretty much hit the spot. My mom has been in prison for the past 8 years due to actions she has made from crack and cocaine, me and her are very close now and I love her to death,...

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  7. I'll Be Fine

    • By Llyos Ellen
    • Published: August 2017
    Mom Becoming A Different Person

    Being born into your arms,
    I felt my life was out of harm.
    Felt that you would never hurt your baby.
    Now that never has turned to maybe.

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  8. 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

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  10. 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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  11. My Hero

    • By Krystal Guenther
    • Published: February 2006
    My Brother

    You're more than just a brother to me,
    You are my hero, but you might not see.
    I care about you more than you could know,
    But sometimes I get mad at you and it just doesn't show.

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    Don't worry, you will see him one day. May god bless you, and don't forget wherever your brother is he still loves you. After all, you are his sister.

  12. Hope

    • By Erin
    • Published: March 2010
    Will You Beat This Addiction?

    The kids are bathed.
    Everyone's teeth are brushed.
    As we lay down to bed
    The house seems so hushed.

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    This made me cry mostly because I'm am the addict and as I read this it was as if my children were speaking. I've been clean for over a year but they are with their grandparents and they...

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  13. They Took You Away

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

    Picture

    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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