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Father

Contributed by jamesstockdale on Thursday, 18th May 2017 @ 08:40:12 AM in AEST
Topic: Grief



You and me
Always
Used to be together
I naively hoped it would be
Forever
You don/'/t know
When I nearly died
I had seen you
Break down and cry
You grabbed my hand
And bid me
A tearful goodbye
Through your prayers
I survived
You later took me in
And put me on the road to mend
A few short months later
Your life came to
A tragic end
I hope you never know
What you put
Us through
Cause it really hurts





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Re: Father (User Rating: 1 )
by softerware on Thursday, 18th May 2017 @ 09:55:46 PM AEST
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It is so hard to lose parents. Their leaving weakens our source of strength and confidence. As you say, we all hope they are here forever. When they go we can no longer be children.
All we can do is trust that it will be all right -- for all of us.
My mom was ready to go. I wasn/'/t ready to let her.
How selfish.
Thank you James for helping us cope by sharing with us. Your words come from the heart.
softerware


Re: Father (User Rating: 1 )
by RICHARD_CAMPBELL on Sunday, 21st May 2017 @ 08:40:40 PM AEST
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Wow! what a powerful and heartfelt poem.
I feel your pain, thank you for sharing, excellent!


Re: Father (User Rating: 1 )
by Former_Member on Monday, 31st August 2020 @ 05:55:29 AM AEST
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So sorry for your loss, Jimmy.

Very heartfelt. I was sort of confused by the ending though.

Thank you,

Dugan




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