The Father I Know

The Father I Know short poem

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Where’s the father I used to know,
The one who cared for me,
The one I could turn to,
The one that would not hurt me,
Where’s the father I used to know,
The one that would dry me eyes,
The one that would cuddle,
The one that understood me,
Where’s the father I used to know,
The one that would not yell at me,
The one that would get me a hug,
The one that would made me laugh,
But that one is lost forever,
The only one there,
Is the father,
That doesn’t care for me now.

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