Dad, Take Me - Poem by MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
DAD, take me
Dad, my heart was broken again
as if the world is full of so much pain
for after only a sometimes of gain
I was cheated by the lady in my brain.
I cried so much calling your name
For if you are still here, I can claim
Missery to be out of my every fame
For you are there soothing my pain.
Dad, take me if you can to feel no pain
In the den of glory you now proclaim
As I can no longer take all the pain
Of loving well but always out of lane.
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