bella wiltshire

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Why dad! Poem by bella wiltshire


As I sit here Remembering all the times I've been made out to the bad person when it wasn't like that at all. tears fall upon my cheeks! Remembering you never took my side remembering how you always stuck up for your wife remembering how you always kept telling me how you weren't willing to lose your wife but obviously your willing to lose me, your daughter! You choose your wife over me and have done for a very long time! the sad part is your suppose to be my dad &Dads are suppose to be there through the good and the bad you use to be my sunshine when my days were dark! Someone I could turn talk to about anything but that's no more that good father & daughter relationship went out the door but it seems over the years dad you only care about one thing now! YOUR WIFE!

Submitted: Monday, March 24, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: sad


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