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    Poems by Aaron Rodriguez

  • I Would Like To Meet You Here

    • Published: March 2011

    in Teen Falling in Love Poems

    That's what the note said,
    "Please meet me here."
    I wonder who will come,
    Or even if she's near?...

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    • Votes 74
    • Rating 4.07
  • Torn

    • pending
    • Posted on 02/12/10

    in Feelings Poems by Teens

    I don''t understand it,

    but it''s very clear.
    ...

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    • Votes 10
    • Rating 3.70
  • You Better Be Ready For Me

    • Published: February 2010

    in Hate Poems

    Hey you! Yeah, I'm talking to you, "Dad"!
    Where were you when I needed you the most in my life?
    You were never at my side,
    You just wanted a carefree life....

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    • Rating 4.29
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    I can relate to this, not because of my dad but my mom. My mom left me 3 months after I was born for some European guy, and I have never seen her since. My mother has had (so far) 4 boys and...

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  • Aaron Rodriguez
  • 9 years ago

This story really relates to me when I was born, my real father wasn't there, or anytime after that. He didn't pay any child support, or show himself whenever I had a birthday or when I graduated from elementary and high school. Even to this day, I still wonder where he is, and what he's doing now. My dream is to someday track him down, and have one long talk with him. I'm coming for you, Dad!!!!

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  • Aaron Rodriguez
  • 9 years ago

This story relates to me in a way my mom and her ex-boyfriend, who I used to call my dad were on the verge of breaking up, which they eventually did. I was a graduate of eighth grade at the time, and I was at my Aunt's house for summer vacation. My Aunt and Uncle had thrown a graduation party for me, and when I saw my mom again, she was with another man. Then that's when she told me the news that would change my life forever.

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