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The Father I never had
For years I’ve hidden behind
The pain your shadows haven’t shown through
The light has not been beaming, there has been no visible life
Its forsaken like in a morgues things so deep
Dark, and secret. Was it a secret you didn’t want me?
NO! I say it wasn’t because if it was I wouldn’t be able to
See through you like, water in a clear glass.
Tough as you may be, your life is not so naïve
Your eyes are beaming of forever grieving of the loss
Of your child.
I may stand in your way, I may be the dust
On the back of your hand you blow away, but trust
Me the wind won’t take me away easily.
You may fade away, but I am not afraid. You betrayed me
And I don’t mind because I have a life time supply of band aids
You may wear a mask
And I do not ask why you do
The things you do.
Why do you leave me asking what did I do?
What did I do to you? What did I put you through
Is it true you never wanted me , because today
I don’t want you too
Say Sianara, Say Au Revoir, Say Dasvidiana
In the end it all translates to GOOD BYE
Today is the last day I call you dad
Today is the first day I say I never
Knew I had a dad
Forever is the day I will always say
You were NEVER my dad.