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Haven't we all been denied love? Denied the acceptance or even acknowledgement of our existence. Sure, we've all said "Oh, she doesn't even know I'm alive!" But what about a child, denied the love of her father, the one who gave her life? Where is she to turn?

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hayleigh
its very toucing
Kelsey
this poem was very good iwould give it a 10 out of 10
Brenda
this poem reminds me so much of my youngest daughtr. she is now 20 and married but she spent her entire life knowing that her real father never loved her and allowed someone to take her innocence away at the age of 6 years old while visiting him for rhe weekend. I wish I could take her hurt away but all me and her step father van do is love her like her biological father never has i read alot of poems but this one brought tears to my eyes. I am not sure if the poem was meant to be the way I took it and if it wasn't then I am sorry but I have to congradulate you because you wrote a poem for my daughter without ever meeting her
leann
this poem really touched my heart

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Daddy's Indifference

I thought I saw the child in you, Daddy.
Don't you know what it's like to be all alone?

I got my first bike today.
Oh, the stitches in my mouth...I'll be okay

And did you know,
I really like Patsy Cline.

About what that man did to me, Daddy..
Don't you worry, I'll be strong.

You never told me that not everyone would like me, Daddy.
But, I guess I should have learned that from you

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More Visitor Comments (from the Voting form)

Jukio
I think that this poem was very nicely wroten,
nickie
This poem is so amazingly true! and it brouth tears to my eyes as i read it
SINABEL
UNBELEIVABLE POEM. I CAN TOTALLY RELATE. IT WAS THE SAME WAY FOR ME GROWING UP WITH MY DAD. GREAT!
Gerrit
This is really beautiful !
Julie
Perfect.
Hanna
This might just be the best poem ever. Really sad.
kelly
i think this poem is really good because i use to have people that they didn't believe in my dad. but my dad is really good person. i think you should keep your good job because i do the samething. so keep working hard. good luck with your poems.

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