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I wrote this to express the feelings of my young son. He couldn’t say how he was feeling, so I did it for him. I hope in the years to come, that he won't have to say the "never mind".
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Where Are You Daddy?
|by Diane Blue
Hey daddy, I'm right here -
Can't you see me?
Hey daddy, I'm talking to you -
Can't you hear me?
Hey daddy, I need a hug -
Can't you touch me?
Let's play catch daddy.
Teach me to fish.
Help me build a birdhouse.
Listen to my wish.
Daddy, daddy, where are you?
I can see you standing there -
What's the matter daddy?
Don't you even care?
I need you daddy -
Don't you love me?
Never mind daddy.
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