Family I'm Sorry Poems - Page 2

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  1. Truly

    I Am To Blame

    There are times I feel so lost and ashamed, these feelings are my own fault so I am solely to blame.

    Certain actions in my life I am not proud of, the looks from people who are close to me I know are not of love.
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  3. Like It Was

    • By Victoria
    • Published: April 2008
    Relationship With Sister

    I love you sister more then you will ever know,
    If you love me as much as I do well it hardly shows,
    Now that you're back in your old town I have disappeared,
    And that's the one thing I have feared

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    My sister and I always fought, but one day when something terrible happened, my sister left. I haven't seen her in so long since Mom finally went to heaven. Yes, I still miss her, and I...

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  4. Dear Dad

    • By Brittany A. Poulin
    • Published: February 2006

    Dear Daddy,
    You may not get this in time
    I know you look after me, Nick and Chris
    You were a great father, And I am sorry I didn't show it...

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    this meant a lot to me because I lost my father to.
    I'm glad you wrote this,
    I wrote a poem for my dad too.[:
    hope your doing well.

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  6. My Loving Big Sis

    • By Morgan Pettit
    • Published: April 2008
    Poem Asking Sister For Forgiveness

    why must I listen to you?,
    why do I have to love you?
    why do I have to fall asleep and wake up?
    why does my face hurt?...

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    While growing up my sister practically raised me. When I decided to have kids early my sister was there for me. My sister took my kids in when c.p.s. Took custody of my children. She put her...

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  7. My Punishment

    • By Norman Keith Morgan
    • Published: September 2009

    Stood strong
    Stood proud
    Through my smile
    Crying out loud...

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    Hi Shirley, I too have troubles with my daughter. It's hard not to be forgiven. I was 17, single, and had no handbook to be a parent. We did the best we could. I'm sure your son had...

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  8. A Forgiving Moment

    • By Wendi Jane
    • Published: June 2007

    Walking in,
    I could feel the strange silence settling on my skin.
    Deep chills ran through my spine,
    I tried my best not to look behind.

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    I hope he was loved beyond his wildest dreams, and that I'd like to hold him just to feel his heart beating with mine.

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  10. Let's Communicate

    • By Robert D. Daddato
    • Published: February 2006

    sometimes i don't know what to do
    when every week you say something new
    i have tried so hard to be open
    and repair the trust i had broken

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  11. Sorry

    The phrase "I'm Sorry" you may agree
    Has turned into a social amenity
    We say "I'm Sorry" more than Brenda Lee
    Which was a hit song for her back in 1960....

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    That was the best poem I ever heard. Thanks it really touched me.

  12. I'm Sorry Mom, I Do Love You

    • By Regina T. Curiale
    • Published: February 2006

    I told you I didn't love you with a smile on my face.
    The smile quickly faded when I saw your heart break.
    From internal bleeding, your eyes turned red,
    As red as the handprint you wanted to leave on my cheek.

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    Hi, right now I am currently ten years old turning eleven. And I don't really know how to start this but, here it goes.... So every time I do something my mom doesn't speak to me until I...

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