I'M Sorry Daddy Poem by Tiana Webb

I'M Sorry Daddy

 


Hey Daddy...
Do you remember me?
Your daughter?
I didn’t mean for this to happen.
I’m really sorry...

I was in my bedroom the whole time
you were looking for me.
I’ve been thinking about this a lot.
I know you miss the old me,
I’m sorry I’m not who you thought I was...

The only daughter that you remember
is the perfect one.
The girl who loves school,
The one who tells Daddy everything.
I’m sorry I never told you she left...

I know I’m different now.
I’m cold, hard, and bleak
I thought you wanted me to change.
Daddy, please tell me you still love me.
I’m sorry for becoming this...

I miss the old me too, Daddy.
I miss smiling when I looked out the window
Forgeting love was something I
never meant to do.
I’m sorry that I never said goodbye...

I know that I made you mad.
I really didn’t intend to.
Anger, or so I thought,
Is only temporary.
I’m sorry I can’t control myself.

And Daddy,
I’m sorry for the scars on my arms,
I’m sorry for those crying fits.
I’m sorry I blamed them all on you,
And I’m sorry that I never realized that
this isn’t your fault.
Its mine.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Klaudia Eastwood 24 May 2013

[/3 aww: '(that's a beautiful and saddening poem

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