Crystal Castro

(06-09-1983 / Tacoma Washington)

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I don't know what to write you
Cause we've forever been torn apart
you messed up our lives so bad
I really don't know how to make this poem have a good start
look at this picture
from when I was a baby
so sweet and innocent
you never should have had the mere thought
of turning away and leaving for one minute
look at my past baby pictures... me growing up
look at me dead in the eyes
you really think I forgave you
our ' MOTHER ' for removing yourself from our lives
you want me to write you a poem
so you can hang it with pride
but if I wrote you what you wanted
from: me your youngest daughter
it would be the biggest, greatest lie....

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 19, 2013

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may 2006

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