My Father's Confession - Poem by Phil Whittaker
I forgive you father for you have sinned,
Forsaking your son and then your twins,
You swallowed too much! , yet not enough,
Acting too 'hard' because your 'tough',
Why did you vent your anger upon child and wife,
For it was you who spoiled and squandered life.
But we Forsake your unsaid confession,
It's not us who have to blag our way into heaven.
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