Where's Daddy? - Poem by Seamus Shaneous
Daddy, Daddy, where are you?
I need you here with me
You said that you weren’t going far
But it’s you I cannot see
Who’s gonna teach me right from wrong?
Who’s gonna play ball with me?
You weren’t there when I broke my arm
Or when I got my surgery
Why is mommy always crying?
It’s over these so called bills
Why did mommy go to the doctor?
To get these so called pills
How could you leave me out to dry?
It’s like you never even cared
You don’t know my life story
You were never ever there
You made me tons of promises
But never showed for one
I sat for hours waiting for you
Excuses were all that would come
Now I’m grown and on my own
I’ll make it without your greed
All I wanted when I grew up
Was a father to follow his lead
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