To: Pap From: Huck - Poem by Kelsea Osterman
With a blink of an eye you're gone.
You're gone without a word.
You leave me here all alone.
Nothing in my name.
Nothing but the fame that you created.
The fame that will forever haunt me.
Days go by with little word from you.
I finally settle down enough to start to relax.
Relax for a while till the wind blows your name my way.
You show up for a while then leave again.
Leaving me with just a simple image,
Of what kind of family we could be.
With a simple hello then goodbye,
I wait for you to realize what you really left behind.
The child that will forever miss,
What could have been.
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