Divorce Poems by Teens - Page 2

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  1. Why Did You Leave Us?

    • By Daniela
    • Published: October 2012

    It's hard to explain how you make me feel
    It's all just so unreal
    I like to pretend as if nothing is wrong
    So I just play along ...

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  3. It's Just Life

    • By Ashley Bowen
    • Published: October 2012

    Here we go again, the screams and the shouts,
    2 dads down,
    3 strikes and you're out!
    But I guess that's just life, you know....

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    Age 9. (I am now 12.)
    Time: 2:46 a.m.
    Noises I hear: Screaming, Crying, and yelling
    Why: Dad was out late again, mom suspects he was cheating.
    Was she right?: Yes
    The witch that ruined...

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  4. There Is Pain

    • By Sara Whiteside
    • Published: November 2010
    Parents Breaking Up

    There is Pain in my heart as I watch my family split apart
    things will never be the same
    betrayal is the game
    there are tears in my eyes, when we say our painful good-byes

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    Your poem touched my heart. As a father who almost walked out on his family, it hits my heart deeply. I'm a poet and recently shared a poem about my story.

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  6. A Childhood Ruined By A Couple Of Signatures

    • By Clare E.
    • Published: July 2016

    My joy, smothered in hatred,
    My happiness, gone with the wind,
    My childhood, destroyed by papers.

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    • Rating 4.10

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