A Habit You Can't Break

July 12, 2009
By marisaleighxx GOLD, Poughkeepsie, New York
marisaleighxx GOLD, Poughkeepsie, New York
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These days get harder knowing the truth, I try so hard to bare it.
I try not to resent you, but truth is I cannot help it.
I have always looked up to you, and you gave me these sick addictions and now learning what it has done to you, I am being put onto proscriptions.

You're slowly fadeing away
watching your face become grimmer
I have tried hard to keep you out of my life, but now I am seeing this won't get better.

How is it that I love you, Yet I still want to hate you. When you leave you will be in my memories , but this I don't want to remember


The author's comments:
I wrote this about my father, who has been diagnosed with Throat and Lung Cancer from smoking cigarettes.

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