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Daddy, Daddy Where Are You?

Poetry By: V Booker
Poetry



This poem is about absent fathers.


Submitted:Sep 15, 2010    Reads: 119    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   


Daddy, Daddy Where Are You?

Daddy, daddy where are you? Don't you know I need clothes and shoes too!

Daddy, daddy where are you? Don't you know that we have no food and the rent is due.

Daddy, daddy where are you? I wanted to spend time together to see if your love is true.

Daddy, daddy where are you? Mommy's raising me all alone and she's overworked, tired and so blue?

Daddy, daddy where are you? Mommy's sacrificed her whole life, don't you feel that you have somthing to do.

Daddy, daddy it's ok, I'm a grown woman now and you can stay away.

Daddy, daddy I have forgiveness but what will you do for repentance.





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