michael stavrou


When Angels Are Born Poem by michael stavrou


Im so alone in this world
Im broken an hurt never
Knew hell was on earth
Ive never hurt or broken
Ur trust you destroyed
My heart u left me homeless
An alone you took my angels
An broke my heart ive looked
Up to the stars an beg god to
Give me a chance let me be
A father again let me hold my
Babies against my heart
The courts an this battle has
Been long & hard the lights
Dont shine the judge grey
An anti men shes so lost
In her ways its hard for her
To see lies an faults in
Mothers so I struggle on
My broken heart an battle long
It won't be long till im ur daddy again
My 3 little babys I love you lots
When I sleep ile visit ur dreams
Ile hold you close an tell you
I never left or abandoned yous
I truly gave you my heart an
Love an loved you from the
Start miss you more each
Day im away an I don't
Hear ur little voices love
You my angels

Submitted: Monday, March 24, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: children


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About my children

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