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You don’t realize the damage you’re causing, and it’s sad
Can you not physically see or mentally understand?
Comprehend the reality of the loss that you once had
Comprehend the actuality of what you will no longer have
May I remind you that the fault falls back on you
The guilt of a longed rebellion waiting to happen
The diminishing trust lies in the dues of what you call respect
The diminishing bond that grew
I guess your view on racism is true
Would it have been better if he was a Jew?
Why don’t you try something new for once,
And attempt a try at being humane?
Just for the sake of you and your child staying sane
Blind speech of spoken words, hurt victim, you should be ashamed of yourselves
You call this wise parenting?
There’s no truth in opinion of what you think is right
Or wrong
Look at the light,
You are no God
You ought to realize the path of self-destruct you’ve got your daughter on
As she has clawed and prod at your stubborn standards
But is too afraid to push any further, as you are just drawing her away
It’s simple for open ears, just let her in, and she will not fear
You are losing her


You have lost her





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AngelsKiss This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Jan. 24, 2012 at 9:16 am
This is very in touch to the reality of today, the words flowed nicely and the meaning was deep, speaking of life lessons and parenting in a poetic form i give 5/5 please read and comment on some of my poems:)
 
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