Aime Brewer

Rookie (3-21-1994 / Dallas, Texas)

Dear Daddy - Poem by Aime Brewer

Dear Daddy
I want to ask you a few things.
What is you're first name?
What is you're middle name?
What is you're last name?
What is you're eye color?
What is you're hair color?
How tall are you?
Do you know how old I was when I gave my heart to
jesus and god?
Why aren't you here today cause I am 12 going onto my teen age yrs?
Do you even know my Birthdate?
Try stepping in my shoes.
How would you feel to not know you're dad.
For 12 long yr. not once were you near you didn't even bother to find me
but my mommy tryed but could not find you.
Am I not pretty enough for you?
Am I not smart enough to be you're kid cause I have all A's & B's in every class.
I do try my best but I feel like I have a half broken heart inside of me.
When I was little & learned to say mommy or momma I never got to say dada or daddy.
That hurts alout you know.
You know what bothers me the most is that you know when you go into a store you see those shirts that say
'Daddy's Princess' or 'Daddy's #1 Girl' or 'Daddy's favorite'
I hate it.
It makes me feel like you don't even exist cause I have never even seen a picture in my life of you.
Do you like the way it feels Daddy, to be thrown off to the side,
I'm just glad I never wasted tears, I've been to busy to cry.
You will never walk me down the isle,
And we will never meet so you'll never get a smile.
That's how it's meant to be Daddy, if you even care,
If you think I'm heartless Daddy, I only think it's fair.
Well Daddy's little princess is what I'll never be,
But that's just fine, my mommy loves me.
Well what happens If I do meet you in a store I'll will just be meeting a stranger but Daddy I'f you
do ever see me in a store promsie me you will not just walk pass me cause you would mess up
1 big friendship.
Daddy I don't even know my two sister's.
I want to know them so badly.
Today right now I want to tell you something Daddy but I can't.
I want to tell you about how I feel cause every girl needs a male boy in there life but I don't.
Before I die I would love to meet you.
Today I was searching up Poems I saw these poems that said there dad died and I was saying in me
head I would rather meet you then you die when I was 6 cause I would have alout of answer's to
all my Questions & lots of good memories to share & cry over.
I feel like a kid that is desperate looking for 1 thing missing in my life.
Do you know what that is? A father a important part of people's life a parent that I am missing.
Do you even deserve a title you never wanted to claim cause a dad is important role in a girls life.
The one thing where I do not want to meet you is standing by grave crying. Saying 'I was to
late' but now I know that I guess I have better things in the future cause God always has a plan for
my life but I hope it all works out.
I am a very caring, respectful, honest and kind person, I really truly am once you get to know me
very well.
I want to tell you a few thing's about me.
but I can't

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 25, 2010

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