Where Were You? - Poem by Yasmeen Vilaysing
Where were you when I rode my first bike?
How about when I went on a hike?
My birthday parties?
No presents, a card, a phone call, or even a hug.
Just pain, tears, and my shrug.
Father’s Day came I felt mad.
I hated all the kids with there dad,
Then when I was nine I saw you by surprise.
We talked and you told me lies.
Then all I herd were my inside cries.
You never paid child support,
and ran away from court.
I bet you won’t recognize me
after all I’ll be fourteen.
I haven’t seen you for five years,
and I can still feel my tears.
So I ask you Where were You?
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