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  1. The Cycle Of Bad Relationships

    • By Ryan K. Farmer
    • Published: February 2006

    THE CYCLE
    Since the day of your marriage,
    when you very much loved each other.
    you were thinking of children,

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    Amazing insight from a child of this age.
    It makes me stop and think about what we do to our children when we are so focused on ourselves.
    This child's parents are blessed!
    Cherish this...

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  3. Last Wish

    • By Ronnie H.
    • Published: July 2011

    I wished it away,
    I wished it away with might,
    Futile I tried, no hope left in sight.

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    Wow. Your intro and your poem are almost identical to what I'm facing now. Wife's past adultery; Wife of 11 years left due to adultery (yet again)...have not seen my children in almost 7...

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  4. Forever Love

    Picture

    Soft music
    an innocent look.
    Sweet romance,
    as in a story book.

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  6. My Loving Daughter

    • By Amy Adkins
    • Published: May 2010

    To my daughter Carlie, who I love beyond
    My control!
    From the day you were born I've been here
    To protect you with my heart and soul!

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    • Rating 3.94
  7. Come Back To Me, Mom

    • By Yvette Johnson
    • Published: February 2006

    As I sit here drowning in my sorrow
    Wondering if there'll be another tomorrow

    I cry yearning for my mother back

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    To the author: thank you. She left us a week and six days ago and I feel this everyday, the loneliness hurts.

  8. Message To Absent Dad

    Poem Inviting Dad Back Into Daughter's Life

    Dad, why did you leave me when I needed you so much.
    I tried to reach out to you for that loving touch.
    I have realized now that I'm no daddy's princess.
    When I was younger, I actually felt much less.

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    • Rating 4.34
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  10. Hurt

    • By Ash
    • Published: November 2008
    Young Girl Hurt By Divorce

    You left me here all by myself,
    You went and broke my heart.
    By leaving like you did that day,
    You tore us all apart....

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    My name is Suzy. I am 15 years old. My Parents had been married 23 years before my dad met someone else. February 15th of 2010, my Dad told us he didn't love my mom anymore. So, coming from a...

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  11. From Family To Strangers

    • By Christine
    • Published: June 2009

    Raw sadness fills the house
    as the burning of fragrances is the only form of light.
    Beating.
    The lonely hearts barely live as people are torn away from them.

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    Hey. I know how you feel. It started some years ago when I was eight. I woke up one morning to an odd sound. It sounded like my mommy and daddy yelling. It stopped after about two...

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  12. Divorce

    • By Mary J. Kaapke
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Heartache And Tears

    The Divorce

    I once had a husband,
    We were wed 20 years....

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    I really miss my kids. It just hit home. The guardians I thought were my friends keep my two and four year old boys from me.

  13. Why Do you Act That Way?

    • By Cindy Leonard
    • Published: February 2006

    I'll never understand why
    You do the things you do
    I wish I could comprehend
    I try, I really do...

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