Karen Warn

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    Poems by Karen Warn

  • A Husband's Friend

    • Published: January 2009

    in Cheating Poems

    It was casual at first between you and me.
    Introduced at a time when life was carefree.

    You brought me comfort and put me at ease,

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    • Rating 4.30
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    This is a sad but very true poem. It happens all the time. usually the "friend" can and 99 % of the time is an ex..........they are an ex for a reason and if they both know it is causing a...

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  • Love In My Life

    • Published: February 2009
    The Difficulty Of Failed Marriages

    in Hard Times Poems

    I married a man too early in life
    and wasn't prepared to be a good wife.
    I believed he loved me and things would be fine.
    My love for him would grow over time.

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    • Rating 4.42
  • Most Fathers

    • Published: January 2009
    Poem Wishing You Were Like Most Fathers

    in Addiction Poems about Family

    Most fathers recall when their children are born
    that instant bond that could never be torn.

    Most fathers watch as their children grow

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    • Rating 4.34
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    My son became a father on 9-9-09 and he has neglected his son because he is always at the bar. He even let him move to Michigan with his mother because he didn't want to take care of him or...

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  • A Boy's Perception

    • Published: February 2009

    in Addiction Poems about Family

    Too much chaos, too much strife; we need to go to build a new life. Tyler is one now and I am three; a family together, will longer be.

    You come on Sundays- that's "dad day", but sometimes life gets in your way. Daddy's here- he rang the bell, so many things to share and tell. You need to leave??? We say good-bye. We're told of drinking when we ask "why?"

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    • Rating 4.41

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