Ronald Britcher

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Father - Poem by Ronald Britcher

I look at my past with a simple blink
Wishing you was here so we can still have a drink
There was good times we had
There was even times that were bad

Our heart aches didn't last
We always started over with a different task
Hoping to see knew light
While hoping it didn't end in a fight

Mom said we are just alike
When we talk were on a different flight
Going on about bickering things
We both ignore what cause's the pain

At times we were tolerant to each other
Is the best time we didn't want to be bothered
I don't want this time to be sad
Just want to tell you I love you dad

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me and my father are just alike and he dont have much time left.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 2, 2013



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