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Brittany Harkcom

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a little girl
by Brittany Harkcom
Thursday, March 27, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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My dad was never there for me so I wrote many poems about him. This is just one of them!


Starring at the door you once walked through

Hoping one day you'll come back home to me                  

A little girl with unanswered questions          

 wanting to know what she did wrong                                        

   A little girl who gave you her all                             

 With no return or even a call       

 She wonder who you are    

 Every night tears roll down her face           

wondering why there was no hug or kiss goodbye          

 A wake up call she'll never forget    

A guy is hard for her to trust  

Growing up to accept the facts       

Instead of love she turns to lust 

 Not learning from her fathers dumb acts    

 She relied on drugs to sooth the pain you caused     

A broken heart unable to heal         

 She must find a dad to break the seal

 

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Reviewed by Duane Weide 4/1/2008
My father left when I was 3 years of age. He appeared on and off over the years but never committed to family life. He's a worthless drunk___sorry to say. I know how you feel:(
Reviewed by John Leko 3/28/2008
...poetry of sadness...and of a girl lost...times when not found...sees the reality...and her pen perhaps speaks of...somewhere...hope.
wishes of light...with hope to be granted...
John
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/28/2008
Your anguish is clear, but as we grow older there is a time when we must let go and begin living for ourselves. Unfortunately many children are without fathers and the reasons vary, but it is necessary for one to survive to move forward....

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Paul Berube 3/28/2008
Brittany,

I found your poem very sad and heart wrenching. Having three daughters and always making myself available to them I could never picture walking away or turning my back on any of them. They're all grown up and married now but still we have a very special bond and they know that I'm here if they ever need me. That's what makes this so sad to read. As the old saying goes,"anyone can be a father but not everyone can be a dad." Peace, Love and Blessings Always, Paul.



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