Shian Daley


Father Poem by Shian Daley


All these years I thought I had the right father
But I guess I was lied to
I was told that it was the right father
But I guess I was lied to
I heard that they did a D.N.A test and he was the father
But I guess I was lied to
All my life I was lied to because of what?
No one wanting to admit the truth so that nobody would get hurt
Well I'm hurt both physiologically and emotionally

To think my whole life was a lie and
No one had the balls to tell me except the one who started this lie
She said she did it to make everyone be OK
Well I'm not! ! !
I need to know who my real father is and I pray its the one I live with
'Cause if that woman is lying to me again
I don't think my life would ever be the same...

Submitted: Monday, September 1, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Topic of this poem: father


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