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A Senior Remembers His Dad
by Tony Mike Nerone

Saturday, March 08, 2003

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War and Depression

The loss and tears would end for a time. The mans memory would return to his now adult son. The sickness of the son started with the soldiers death. It would continue to the present. But the son does remember his Dad very well now. No longer does he suppress his feelings. After his Dad gave his life for his little boy. Abuse was a daily occurence.The son grew strong with pride. He fathered and raised his own now healthy adult Son.
Depression has become chronic for the Son. He at a senior age still misses his Dad, a dead hero. Things would have been different he reasons. The war of the worlds caused this little boy his Daddy life. He trys now to help others by the written word. His depression seems to be contagious. Others have it. So he writes to these people, hoping his written words help them. Wars seem to live on. More little boys at six, will lose there Daddys. He prays for these innocents, they should not be available to any abusers deviant ways. Depression like wars is a disease that needs to end.




Tony Mike Nerone
3-8-2003

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Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 3/11/2003
A wonderful write
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/10/2003
An excellent write Tony
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 3/9/2003
Oh yes, I hear every word you have spoken in my heart,

so lovely and sad,

Reindeer
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 3/9/2003
A powerful excellent write.
Reviewed by William Bonilla 3/8/2003
An excellent write Tony,

William
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 3/8/2003
Crushing Tony...Write all the pain away....Ty, Dani
Reviewed by Sanil nath (Reader) 3/8/2003
Excellent thought Friend you did a remarkable work on this



Sanilnath
Reviewed by Nancy D. 3/8/2003
Written with excellence, this pain is so real.

Nancy
Reviewed by Birdie Houston 3/8/2003
Excellent write Tony depression is a deep mark that many people all over the world encounter each and every day and that is sad
Reviewed by Trixie Love 3/8/2003
Hi there Tony,
Wow such a heartfelt
write...as most of
your writings are..
So sad yet written
so beauitul...

HA! I was actually
hanging out in the
60's... That is when
I had my fun times...
But, the 50's still
played big time into the 60's....so there Ha!!! LOL...

Be good as well Tony.

Trixie :)



Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader) 3/8/2003
i know aabout depression i know about abuse and i know what war can do this was a scary frighteninly truthful poem of such a emotionally powerful message taht needs to be heard for both war and depression needs to stop
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/8/2003
Tony, a very well done poem. Depression is really hard to deal with,especially when linked to certain events. The only thing I can say is as much as we pray there will be no war, it is not in our hands. to be honest there are so many ways children lose their dads other than war too. Sorry for all those who have lost theirs because of war.
Reviewed by Christine Morell 3/8/2003
Heartbreaking Tony, I also know depression. An excellent piece.
Chrissie
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 3/8/2003
Heart wrenching work, so powerful.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 3/8/2003
Tony,
This is powerful and emotional and YOur words can and do help others. This one is written Excellent. I know depression first hand ...
Hugs Peg
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