Anger Poem

Absent Father Anger Poem

A girl trying to get her fathers love.

Never There

© Hannah
You say you love me, you say you care
And yet, you're never there.

I remember you yelling, screaming, abusing
To you this was all amusing.

Crushing my dreams and breaking my spirit
Be quiet! I don't need to hear it.

You can have your booze and your drugs,
But I really need and miss your hugs.

I hear your laugh inside my head
It haunts me as I lay in bed.

When I close or blink my eyes I see your smile
Gosh... haven't seen that in a while.

You used to love me, and once you did care
And now... You're never there


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Published: 10/15/2013
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